We just got hit with the biggest snow event of the last decade: about 60 cm in 24 hours on our farm. Here are some photos.
This morning you could no longer see the tractor's steering wheel or seat.
Notice how you can't see the well head or any of the stable doors. Even though I sited the fence to take advantage of the wind tunnel south of the barn it still got 40 cm of snow so I have to climb over it to take care of the cattle and to get the tractor to plow the snow.
So I slogged around the fence raising the wires to ensure that the electricity doesn't ground out and that the cattle can still see the wires.
It is now -17C (-25C with wind chill). The temperature is supposed to climb back to around or above freezing starting tomorrow so I've got to clean this up this morning before it all packs and risks damaging my equipment.