Thursday, October 29, 2009

It's so Cold!

This is the view from my dining room looking out over my arena and my neighbor's land. This small mountain is called South Mountain even though it is to the north. Isn't it pretty with the foggy clouds and snow on it? I decided to turn the horses out for a little while today. Even though it was really cold, the sun was shining for a few hours and a lot of the snow melted.
I zoomed in for a closeup of Yalla resting.
Can you count the horses?
It was only 15 degrees this morning!
The clouds rolled in shortly after these photos and it began snowing again. Twice in the last two days it even snowed in Albuquerque, and it's not yet Halloween! We're having very crazy weather!!
Oh yeah, I called the Arabian Horse Association today to ask some questions about Yalla's registration. Their home office is in Colorado and the recorded message said that the offices were closed due to inclement weather. It's happening everywhere!

It's so Cold! - song: Nite Flights, artist: David Bowie covering Scott Walker, album: Black Tie, White Noise


Once Upon an Equine said...

Brrrr, looks beautiful though with the trees and mountain. Crazy, cold, snowy weather for us too.

Grey Horse Matters said...

It looks very pretty but way toooooo cold for this time of year. Hope you warm up soon.

fernvalley01 said...

Yup it appears winter is upon us!
Pretty incredible view you have though!Stay warm

Paint Girl said...

Looks so cold! Beautiful mountain picture!!
We just got a call from our barn manager today, and he said that at Nationals there was a tornado warning. That would be scary!

Fantastyk Voyager said...

yes, that would be very scary! LOL- maybe they'll come back to Albuquerque!! I sure miss them. All they have to deal with here is random weather.

Mrs Mom said...

Wow that first picture brings back memories of TUndra Country. I remember trick or treating as a child in the snow... aaaggghhh!!!

Stay warm Val!!

Andrea said...

Snow, you have SNOW!! BRRRRR!! That is crazy! Did you even get a chance for a fall, I hope you and the ponies stay warm!