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Buckle Up and Here We Go

January 30, 2011

Hopefully it’s not a repeat of the Christmas Eve Blizzard of ’09, but this one is shaping up to be a doozy of a storm.

If it shifts east much at all, the worst will miss us

Today, I went to Tuttle and got a flatbed-load of alfalfa hay. Brother John was going to bring a semi-load later this week, but with the forecast going downhill, I opted for the sure thing. The eight round bales I brought back should last about 2 weeks, and John is shooting to bring the semi next week instead.

Tomorrow I’ll top off the water troughs and make sure all the shelters are tied down tight in anticipation of some strong winds. I also need to put one more ‘end’ on one of the hoophouses. Hope y’all are making preparations as well.

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