Yesterday evening the sky over my house spit a little snow at me. However, so early in November I expected it to melt on contact with the ground. It was a little shocking to wake up to a thin layer of snow on the ground this morning. My morning walk around the property involved a wool coat, cold fingers, a red nose, and hot herbal tea afterward. It’s pretty, but I’m not ready for this.
Split rail fence post at the edge of the meadow.
Grass at eye level. I started my walk with wet knees and elbows. There’s a visual for you.
I believe this is a type of foxtail grass.
I walked back to the house by way of the barns ……
…. past the woodpile …….
… and straight into my kitchen to warm up with an herbal blend I make. It consists of rosehips, hibiscus, mint, and lemongrass.
Now I’m bundled up in my favorite faux fur blanket, sipping hot tea, and the snow is already melting away. I think the weather is very appropriate for the soup recipe I’ll post later this weekend.