Anders is thankful for:
riding a horse
going to the dentist with only mommy
ice cream and hiking to the boiling river
no more smoke at his farm
I love you. Bye.
Anders thinks Finn is thankful for:
watching Diego with Anders
I love this TEDx talk about living a connected life. It is well worth 20 minutes of your day.
I found it over at Escaping Mediocrity.
According to the Livingston Enterprise, this is the first time in 24 years that 12-below temperatures were recorded before Thanksgiving. Temps dropped from 56 degrees last Wed. (the 17th) to 12-below Sunday and Tuesday nights.
Between last Saturday and last Monday there were 600 accidents on Montana roads. There were 60 accidents in Park County between Friday and Tuesday, according to the Montana Highway Patrol. This storm wasn't only cold, it dumped a bunch of snow--18 inches in Livingston.
Now high winds are expected (that sounds like a more typical Livingston winter) and that means blowing snow. There will probably be impassable drifts all over the place. We typically get a huge drift in our driveway; maybe we can use it as a sledding hill.
They were without electricity in Cooke City and Silver Gate for days due to snow blowing a tree over onto electrical wires.
Even our truck gets cold.
As Anders will tell you, when there is snow on the ground and it gets dark before dinnertime...it's winter (despite the solstice being a month away).
We had a big dump (of snow!) this weekend and had to take advantage.