Four below and we’re about to lap you, Ralph!
This is one of those postcard like homes in our village. It looks to me like a horse drawn sled should be pulling into the drive, but of course our winters are too harsh for horses, so we have none.
Speaking of horses, last fall I took five of my students to Fairbanks to study gardening. We visited an impressive organic cooperative outside town and after a bit I realized the kids had left. They had discovered horses in an adjacent field and were feeding them garden variety vegetables. The horses were quite pleased about this. It really was an endearing site which I can’t fully describe to you. When it comes to seeing farm animals, our children are as underprivileged as New Yorkers, and from the looks on their faces those horses were angels from heaven.
In case you are wondering about the cryptic below the picture, Ralph is my father-in-law, and I am sure he will figure it out. For those of you not so scientifically inclined here’s a clue: think astronomical. Better yet, think sun. Oh, and one more bit of useful information, Ralph lives in the vicinity of Dallas, TX. If you solve what is about to be lapped, be sure to leave a comment. If you’re not sure, leave a guess!