This picture was taken looking South. This lot is where we plant our garden. Nothing growing now but snow drifts.
This is the snow drift at the back of our house. The storm wasn't over yet, and this drift just kept getting higher and higher. Wound up being nearly five feet tall!
This was taken looking from my house Southeast toward one of our turkey barns. The snow was coming down so hard, you can't even tell there is another turkey barn behind this one.
This is a picture of the snow drifting around our brooder barn (the barn with the baby turkeys in it). You can't tell just how tall the drifts are, or how long the icicles are hanging from the roof.
This is Cole and Alex outside posing beside some of the snow drifts. Unbelievable.
I could bore you with many more pictures, but I won't. Believe me when I say this is one of the biggest snow falls Central Missouri has ever had . . . and we have more snow forecast for next week. Hope you all are safe and warm!
Come back tomorrow for a few pictures of a new baby calf born Thursday night to one of our heifers. My husband delivered the baby and I helped . . . a little.