Last night they forecast snow to start at 10pm and so it did!
It carried on throughout the night and when we got up on Sunday morning it was a complete white-out with everywhere looking beautiful.
Looking back towards the garden from the horses field.
The oak tree looks magnificent covered in snow.
Here's Mike's footprint next to another.
It's actually a rabbit track, not some gigantic clawed beastie!
When you see them hop they put their 2 front paws down almost together followed by their 2 back paws.
At the edge of the woods.
Esther all wrapped up in her snuggy rug.
Not surprisingly, the pair of them hardly ventured out all day except for a quick roll in the snow first thing.
Part of the pond all covered in a mixture of snow and ice.
The ducks have been skating!
I love seeing the snow on the wrought iron gates.
On the knitting front I am onto the button band of my Oregon cardigan so the end is in sight at last. I also started a scarf to use up some odd balls of Rowan Kidsilk Haze.
I thought it would be a good project for the long train journey to Cambridge the other day when I went to talk to some of the ARUK staff.
The colours look great with my seahorse mittens but I hated the pinkness of the pink en-masse so have ripped it back and will take a different approach using the pink as a highlight colour.
The really dark purple is a beautiful colour in real life and is flecked with silver sparkly bits.
Running today was on the treadmill for obvious reasons!