Frost Face


Face Full of Frost

Just call him Jack Frost. On a cold winter day with high winds this is the way to dress. The next step up is a scarf and then goggles. Sometimes we resort to them. Exposed skin is at risk and what ever you do, don’t touch metal bare handed…

Outdoors: 25째F/19째F Partially Sunny
Tiny Cottage: 68째F/61째F

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About Walter Jeffries

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13 Responses to Frost Face

  1. Jered says:

    Your posts often make me glad I live in NW Washington. We have been in the 40s all winter. It has been really mild. I would have been able to grow greens all winter if I had just left them in the ground.

  2. Holly says:

    If anyone is looking for a great hat, these faux fur ones are awesome. Found them on Amazon a couple of years ago for $15. Ended up getting one for each of us. No kids sizes, but Hope doesn't seem to mind that hers is a bit big. They cover your ears and neck which makes a huge difference when the wind blows. They are wonderfully warm, pretty light and very comfortable. Not tight like a knitted cap so you don't get that yucky "hat hair" feeling. When it is a little warmer, just use the clip over the top to get the ear flaps up. I love these hats.
    -Holly

  3. Rian D.J. says:

    Hello Walter.
    I've just discovered your blog by Google. I was in search of a pigs nose to use in my art.
    (digital designs)
    Google showed me this photo
    http://sugarmtnfarm.com/blog/uploaded_images/MousePigNoseHayWinter2133-702705.jpg
    *****
    My friendly question. Is it oke by you that I save this image to use it once in my (not commercial!!) art ?
    It is such a brilliant photo !
    Ofcourse I will credit your page.
    *****
    I hope to hear something of you
    and kind regards…
    Rian (The Netherlands)

  4. Rian says:

    It's me again.
    I've just noticed that I've included the link of Riandesign.eu.
    As you wish you can also reach me at http://freubel-art.blogspot.com/
    *****
    Thanks kindly for your time !

  5. Sure, Rian. Enjoy it and if there is a way I can see the final art I'm always curious to know how it turns out. Credit is always appreciated and thank you for asking.
    Cheers,
    -Walter

  6. blubonnet52 says:

    Makes me glad to be in Texas when I see your cold photos. LOL I love your blog. Thanks Martha

  7. You've made my day ! Thank you so much Walter !!
    (and for the quick respons)
    I'll come back when it's finished.
    That's a promise !!
    Have a nice day at the Farm !
    :-)

  8. Hi Holly, Do you happen to have a brand name. We've been looking for some bombers like that, but I didn't want to get real fur… shearling might be nice though. Glad to hear the faux stuff can be warm too! Thanks for the post, hopefully I can find some for our crew ;-)

  9. We got the hats on Amazon from "Dorfman Pacific". See here.

  10. Anna says:

    Wow! Looks like you haven't had the warm spell we got over the last week. I hear we're headed back down the cold alley ourselves. And here I was all ready for spring!

  11. Farm Blogs says:

    Hi Walter. Love the frost face. Hope you get a bit of a warm spell like many other areas are getting.

    While you are busy with the butcher shop this winter, I wanted to offer to help with bringing your blog from Bloger to WordPress. Farm Blogs, at http://www.farmblogs.org uses WordPress, and has the ability like WordPress.com to offer blogs to others.

    I'd be happy to talk to you about setting up a test blog and work on importing yours without affecting your existing blog. If everything goes well, and you are happy with it, we could even do domain masking so that your blog shows up at yourname.com if you approve it. In the meantime, for testing purposes, it would be sugarmountainfarm.farmblogs.org and you would have full admin access, so you could delete it at any time if you were not happy with it.

    You can shoot me an email at mike at farmstories.org if you would like to talk about this.

    Best Regards,

    Mike Murphy
    Michigan

  12. Hi Mike,

    Thank you for the offer. WordPress is about to upgrade to 3.0 merging in the multi-user development line into the main line in March. I'm going to wait for that and then just install it here on our server for first a test and then all our blogs. This will be easier than our current setup of several WordPress and several Blogger blogs.

    Cheers,

    -Walter

  13. oshea12566 says:

    Yup a slight chill in the air.

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