Monthly Archives: January 2013

What a difference a week makes!

The snow vanished abruptly on Sunday and once the carpet of white had disappeared, the countryside looked strangely exhausted as if the snow had sapped the ground of colour. However, the snowdrops bounced back as if they’d enjoyed it all … Continue reading

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Ice sculpture

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Ice sculptures

Ice sculptures.

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Ice sculptures

The snow was supposed to have finished with us but as I trudged out to the field this morning to take hay to our tiny flock of sheep (mostly Jacobs- named after characters in The Archers- yes, I know, crazy), … Continue reading

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View of Brecon Beacons from Begwns

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We could get used to this

As soon as we left the house this morning and made our way across the farmyard it had started to snow and by the time we had finished feeding and mucking out, all our tracks from the previous evening had … Continue reading

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It looks beautiful but…

I love the snow and like many people I get very excited when it first arrives. Muddy fields and trackways are transformed. I enjoy the stillness, the peace. When it first fell on Friday only tractors could move around on … Continue reading

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The big snow

So it has arrived, having been heralded over many days by the met office and the media. The big snow. When it finally arrives, it somehow seems to have a personality all of its own. It drifted gently through the … Continue reading

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Ah so that is where she has been laying

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