Thursday, February 5, 2015

A Fence Across the Way



Our second snow of the year fell yesterday giving us about 2 inches of the white stuff.  I quickly zoomed in on this scene from my front door this morning.  I had to be quick because the temps are frigid with below zero wind chills.  Yikes!  It will warm up tomorrow and the snow will be gone in no time.  By Saturday, temps are supposed to be in the upper 50's.  There is a saying in Missouri that if you don't like the weather, just stick around and it'll change in 15 minutes.  

Linking to Theresa's Good Fences 

Happy Thursday to you!
xo Cheryl 

32 comments:

  1. love your beefy neighbors! stay warm!

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  2. I love the view of the cattle from your front door.. A great view.. Have a happy day and stay warm!

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  3. hehehe, i like that saying and your view!!!

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  4. Looks like Easter to me, because there is
    a cow coming out of an egg :))
    Have a fine day
    【ツ】Knipsa

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  5. i would love to see that outside my door but not the snow part. i imagine the camera would not like cold temps..

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  6. That saying is so true for Missouri! Love your view... beefy neighbors, good one Tex! It was 6 degrees at 6 when I got up this morning.. Brrrrr. Happy Thursday back at you Cheryl! Oh!.. 60 on Saturday!

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  7. What a great view from your front door! Hope you stay warm up there.

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  8. Cheryl, Your photo is great. I rarely see any cattle around here until late spring, they bring some black angus to a field down the road. I call them the boulders, for they are so huge. Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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  9. The cows seem to be content....that really is some chilly weather.....glad you were able to step outside a few minutes to capture this shot.. True Country and I love it...
    Shug

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  10. Loved the fence picture; it reminded me of my Uncle's Ranch. The picture brought back a memory or two.
    I loved the saying on Missouri weather; it so true. We are having unseasonable weather in the 50's and very little snow.
    I hope you are feeling better and able to getting around more.
    Blessings for you dear friend!

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  11. Always a Good 'deal to keep those vows fenced!
    Happy snowy day!

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  12. I love the cows! They have such a wonderful, sweet presence; I'd like to have a couple myself, good ol' girls who are past their prime and would enjoy sharing the barn and pasture with the donkeys. I'm glad your weather will be warming up. Here in this part of NC we are expecting a low of 19 tonight and highs in the 40's tomorrow. I'm anxious to see night temperatures rising. Sending blessings from here on the farm!

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  13. Nice shot with the cows Cheryl! And the fence really shows up against the snow. Stay warm!!

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  14. That's a mighty chilly looking scene. It's hard to be out long in weather like that. Good thing the view was not far away.

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  15. What a lovely scene in the snow. I wish ours would melt.

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  16. Hi Cheryl, what a lovely snowy photo you captured from your front door. Love the fence and the cows just beyond. Winter has it's drawbacks but can be gorgeous too.
    So nice to meet you and thanks for stopping by and your kind comment. I enjoyed my visit here and now a new follower from Good Fences.
    Have a nice weekend.
    CM

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  17. Hi Cheryl, We got another almost 3 inches on top of the 7 we already had. At least this was a light and fluffy snow this time. It just brushed off the car. Your picture made me think of the farm. At times I still wish I lived in the country. I am looking forward to Saturday and the warmer temperatures. Take care. Hugs and Prayers from Your NW Missouri Friend Shirley

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  18. Looks cold but a lovely rural scene nevertheless!

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  19. Such a pretty winter photo, try and stay warm with your cool temps.

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  20. It looks real pretty! Kind of brightens things up some. We have that same saying. Right now it isn't true because it has been mighty brrrrisk for days!

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  21. I had to really look close as at first it looks like Pac Man is eating that cow:))
    Still waiting for winter here. We got a dusting but that has been it.

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  22. That is the same thing 'they' say in Tennessee. IF you don't like the weather, just stick around and it will change!!!!!! ha

    We have had almost NO snow here this winter (to my disappointment)... In fact, our winter so far has been much milder than last winter... SO--guess that is a good thing (although I'd love to see some snow).. ha

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  23. I'm so ready for the beautiful weather coming this weekend. I'm so "over" wintertime! Ready for spring and green grass and warm breezes!! Blessings from your Missouri buddy!!

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  24. Love your good fences! Hope the sun comes out and warms things up some for the weekend! Sweet hugs, Diane

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  25. Wow! The temperatures really fluctuate in Missouri!

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  26. Your weather sounds like Texas weather!! LOL. If you don't like it now, just wait a few hours... or a day or two at the most. Nice fence shot! blessings ~ tanna

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  27. Beautiful picture, . I thought that saying applied to Colorado (we have kids there)... Because it is so changeable.

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  28. I am so glad those frigid temps are gone. Nice shot.

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