There are shelters all around the county, some Red Cross and some churches, so hopefully they are getting the care and attention that they need.
Here at my house, we have had electric and heat since day #2 of the whole event, but I don't turn the heat up very high and wear lots of layers....so, Skippy Jo Lohr had to take matters into his own short furred paws.
New boots (and their box) that I never got to wear last winter.
Let me look at it from this side.
Skippy Jo Lohr got himself into the box.
And is waiting for me to put the lid back down and go away.
He spent quite a little while napping inside the box with the lid down....snug as the proverbial but in that same rug.
This is just one of the machines that are in and about our county right now. We have lots of people from far away working long hours in unfriendly weather and rough terrain....day after day after day.
At the end of the day the lot where the Buckwheat Festival takes place is full of
BIG work trucks from all over the south east.
And this guy below was in the shower with me the other morning.
Just wondering if the real winter is going to be like the end of fall?