We have this beautiful out cropping of rocks in the canyon behind our property. Hum looks like more snow today.
It also smells like wet sweaters in the barn.
This morning I finally remembered to get a picture of Chaparral, Paula's mini LaMancha buck on loan to breed Ginger and Megan my does. He fits right in with the sheep and goats so I'll keep him for the winter. Ginger likes him too. I should have kids born here this next spring in late March or early April. The plan was to get the goats to kid before the sheep lamb just in case I need some extra milk. We'll see. You will find a better picture of "big Al Boy" here. He is at the bottom of the page.
Proof there is grass in the high desert of Nevada in winter. Until the next snow!
Even under the sage brush. I've been told over the years by "experts" that grass does not grow under sage brush (Artemisia tridentata). In the dry arid parts of Nevada not much grass will grow anywhere, but in the high desert with more water, enough for the grass but not so much to drowned the sage brush, they do grow together. We have Brome, Crested Wheat and Cheat grass around and under our sage brush.