"Feral ~ from feminine of ferus wild: having escaped from domestication and become wild"...




Friday

Intermission- kinda




In February, Mr. Foresterman solo-worked on a Forestry project in Wisconsin for most of the month. I stayed back at the homestead here in Montana alone to take care of the critters. And to write. 

I don't mind being alone. Its one of the perks of living in a National Forest. You know how you enjoy that peace of the outdoors when you finally get your vacation to go camping? Well, its like that. 

But everyday :)

So back to the video-

Ironically, this past February was also the snowiest on record for this side of Montana. Well, actually, a lot of Montana. It just kept snowing. So I started to document through videos and sent them periodically to Mr. Foresterman to let him know we were still alive. 

And digging out. Snowing, digging out. Snowing, digging out. 

"uh, When are you coming home again?"


I made quite a few of these videos that month...


(song "Light of day" by Esme Patterson)





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6 comments:

  1. Loved your (frigid) video!!

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  2. Nice job on the video and great music to go with it. Yup. Winter in the Rockies. Even when it's bad -- it's good. Glad we survived another one, though.

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  3. I remember massive snow storms when I was a kid back in Sidney. Especially the one in 64 (I think) when cattle froze to death in the fields. I don't miss it when spending the winters in AZ. But it is pretty in the video.

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  4. Lovin' your video & music, especially the snowy horse nose :-) Thanks for sharing it! Next winter please feel free to send all "extra" snow south of "the divide" in Colorado... It was a dry winter here in the forest, which as you know isn't a good thing.

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  5. So that's where all the snow went! I love looking at it, at the animals, and the wet kiss you got.

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  6. I love the first snowstorm of the season. I like that hushed anticipation and the quiet when the snow falls. After that, I'm over it!! Love the video!

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