Friday, March 07, 2008

Riding at the Well


This is a photo from a week ago. It shows our daughter having fun with her horse Daisy-Mae, riding through the thick snow. By now a lot of the snow melted and the rest is covered with ice that fell off the trees yesterday. But more snow is in the forecast!!
Dieses Foto ist von vor einer Woche. Es zeigt unsere Tochter wie sie Spass hat mit ihrem Pferd Daisy-Mae, sie reitet durch den tiefen Schnee an unserem Brunnen. Mittlerweile ist viel getaut u der restliche Schnee ist mit Eis bedeckt, das gestern von den Baeumen fiel. Aber die Wettervorhersage kuendigt uns mehr Schnee an u Eiseskaelte!!

12 comments:

oldmanlincoln said...

It looks like they are having some fun together. We are supposed to get up to 12 inches of snow today and tomorrow.

Jutta said...

Jesses na der Winter scheint bei Euch ja nie ein Ende zu haben....
Macht Euer Lokal Fortschritte?Seid wohl oft damit beschäftigt?
Wünsche Euch allen ein schönes We,auch trotz Wetterlage

Mike said...

Hey Mom, just wanted to let you know I'll probably come home Saturday afternoon.

Pedi said...

Mir fällt nix gescheites ein außer "DURCHHALTEN"!! Bald schwimmst du wieder im See! :-)

Lori said...

That picture is so beautiful. (You should frame some of your winter shots!) I don't think I've ever heard of a more well-loved horse than Daisy Mae!

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Such an idyllic setting...those two make quite a team. Sorry about the more-snow thing. I'm sending you warm thoughts. :-)

JO said...

Keep warm and toasty... I heard a blizzard is coming that way...

Wanda said...

Gudl, I love this picture! BTW how long will you have snow in NY???

Angie said...

Oh that is gorgeous!

Can't believe you're still getting snow.

Daniela said...

Ich frage mich, wie man es in eurere Gegend im Winter aushaelt, ich koennte das nicht.Mir reicht es schon gerade hier in CT mit all der Kaelte und dem Schnee.

Twinville said...

I love this beautiful photo. It inspires thoughts of freedom and nature.
I think it's great that she still rides her horse, even in the cold snowy winter.

Gudl said...

Usually we have snow from Dec. to March. That is 'normal' for up here and if you know that this is how it is , you just accept it and go with the flow...