The plants on the railing outside of the Marine's bedroom had icicles.
My poor Azalea shrubs have never been so cold!
Palm trees and icicles are not two words that belong together!
Our old golf cart we use to distribute hay and feed was decorated with ice.
The bird baths was frozen solid and the umbrella has icicles.
The wheelchair ramp was covered in ice pellets. Every time I went down it I expected to land on my butt!
The wheelchair ramp going to the pool was frozen. When I talked to grandson he told me he could slide all the way down the ramp into the pool!
My kitchen window had a solid sheet of ice on the outside.
The hood of Mom's Bronco
My poor strawberries
The little cabbage froze but will probably be OK
Wonder what all of our little southern birds thought of the ice on their feeders?
Yeti decided he had enough of the cold and came inside for a nap.
I am most thankful to God that we did not lose our electric power as we are total electric. We do have back up generators, grills and a small solar system for the Marines medical equpment but it would have just made things more difficult than what they were. Papa Bear hauled water and hay to the critters most of the day trying to keep them warm and hydrated. Temps are climbing into the 50's today and will be in the 70's in a few more days. I hope the Polar Vortex is through with us. We have a barn to build!
Stay warm everyone!