Lesson 1211 – Banana for scale





Thought I’d share with you a ridiculously large snow pile from New Hampshire. Banana for scale.


Wendy Thomas writes about the lessons learned while raising children and chickens in New Hampshire. Contact her at Wendy@SimpleThrift.com

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Filed under Life Lessons, New Hampshire, Personal

2 responses to “Lesson 1211 – Banana for scale

  1. Margaret-Elaine Jinno

    We have a similar amount of snow on the mid coast of Maine.
    The wind has also been fierce. The wind blew big drifts into the chicken run.
    One day I shoveled & scraped it to bare earth (can’t do that regularly) they went out. Otherwise they refuse to go on any snow. Are all chicken’s like this? A few will go out and stand crooked on their ramp but won’t go off because the snow blew right back into their run.

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