Nothing like a little blizzard to make you really appreciate a warm house, electricity, and the Internet.
Horse owners understand that they must feed and check water at least twice a day to insure their animals are well cared for.
The photo above is what I saw as I arrived in the north shelter about 4 pm Tuesday night. The 30-45 mph winds were coming out of the East, too bad the shelter was designed to prevent winds from the West.
Some of the horses went to the lee side of the shelter. They looked like woolly yaks from Tibet.
Inside (below) the horses were eagerly munching their hay, oblivious to the weather outside.
It took me two and a half hours to completely feed all the horses, a chore that typically takes about 20 minutes. Needless to say, I was glad to get back in the house.