Most of the critters are OK. Adolescent doe that kidded yesterday is up and about and very skittish. Her kids did not survive. Too cold.
Talked to Herself (she's off to SCA this weekend) and she's fine, probably on the road about now.
Our washer is fed by a hose from one of the hose bibs, since back in '04 Studio 318 burst its plumbing after the power loss and surges due to the hurricane season. That hose is frozen solid. Probably not doing laundry today here at the Ranch. Curiously enough, since the horse water is also fed by a hose but was on trickle last night, there is a stretch along the ground with no frost as the water in the hose kept things warm enough.
Thick frost on the ground this morning. Even in places the sun already touched, the low spots in the ground kept the frost.
No, I'm not asking for any sympathy from the folks I know who live both far enough north and far enough south to deal with this sort of cold and colder for longer periods of time than we do. This will be one of the longest cold stretches we've experienced here, and it will get warmer here sooner than say Virginia where several friends live, or Michigan where I grew up.
Re-organised the desk last night before knocking off for the day and supper. The new large monitor is now to the right of Laptop and its built-in smaller monitor, so moving mouse to the right moves onto the large screen. I could get used to this for photo work very quickly. *G*