|View looking across the street.|
|You can see the snow being blown across our road.|
We got 4 inches of snow on Sunday and then the Arctic blast blew in with temperatures in the mid teens for a high. (Our average high for this time of year is 50 degrees!) Mom and Pop worked hard to make sure our generator was all clear, running and hooked up in case we lose power (which happens a lot out here).
|The screen porch on the cat shelter.|
|Only snuggling on top of mom Lily.|
They made sure the shelter was all snug with lots of cubby holes and fleece blankets for us white cats to nap in. Don't worry it is heated and insulated but the screen porch is not - just a plastic cover over the screens. We stay indoors unless the sun is out and then it is toasty 70 degrees!
|Mom in her L.L. Bean 30 below zero coat!|
Mom went out to feed the birdies and secure all the loose items - wind gusts could get as high as 60 MPH!
|Woody is checking out the feeders!|
What were we all doing? Napping in our favorite spots, wacthing the birds at the feeders or jostling each other for the best spot on the heater!
|Joey has dibs on the heater.|
|Snuggle time with Mamacita, Rosa and Yoko.|
Hope you all are staying warm. This winter better not be a repeat of last year! We may have to ask to move to Florida!