A Front Row Seat—Tuesday, February 10, 2015

GoldI really am not understanding this crazy warm weather we are having…70* yesterday with a wind out of the west.

Gold-2Terry and I finished working on the fence around the place–it would not do to have cows moving beyond our farm, into someone else’s place or out on the road.

Gold-5I also worked upstairs getting ready for company.  Our kids and grandchildren are coming from Craig on Friday; they have a three day school break.

Gold-7Plus it’s Tallin’s 7th Birthday!  Tally wanted to come to Grammy’s and Grandpa’s for her birthday–‘because that is where we always celebrate our birthdays’ she said.

Golde-6You know that has her Grandpa and I very pleased!

But back to this incredible light from the sky lately…one night we were surround in rose, then last night a golden light filtered through the wind driven clouds.

Gold-3We loaded a trailer of hay as the sun started setting…during a break I rushed around taking photos to share with you.  Rose to Gold sure is amazing.

We are concerned about this extremely warm weather we are having for February, it feels more like the second week in March.  The skies (though) are showing colors of summer.  There really isn’t anything we can do about it; just sit back and enjoy and trust that good will come for all.

Your friend on a Western Colorado Farm,

Linda

 

 

 

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23 thoughts on “A Front Row Seat—Tuesday, February 10, 2015

  1. Beautiful skies, but I do understand your concern. The land needs its rest, its dormant season before it starts work again for the year, and a short winter with a late cold spell will mess things up properly. Fingers crossed.

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  2. It’s been crazy here too. I’m not complaining at this time. My tulips and daffodils are about 5 inches outta the ground. Plus other flowers coming. I hope we don’t get a killing frost in April! But then again, I don’t want bugs! Ha!
    Cheri

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  3. You’ve got the right idea. Enjoy the gorgeousness while it lasts. I say this while wearing 2 sweaters as we go from snow storm to ice storm to dangerous below zero wind hills for the weekend. Ugh. Enjoy the Valentine/birthday celebration!

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  4. the weather here has also been milder than normal, it has and is still cold but the sun is out and the sky is blue. At night we get snow when the temps fall down really low. Your pictures are entralling, such wonderful colours and patterns. There is no doubt about it, nobody can paint the sky like God, Maestro Painter.
    It is great that your grandkids want to spend time with you , not many do nowadays…I hope Tally will have a really lovely time. love to you all x

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