January Day at Powder Flat

15 Jan

Powder Flat house in the winter


After a series of winter storms brought on by the “atmospheric rivers” hitting California, then flowing on towards us, we have more than enough snow. The Snotel near our mountain headquarters is measuring 160 per cent of average.

Our crew at the Powder Flat headquarters, Edgar and Alejandro, have been doing a great job of keeping all the animals safe and fed.


sheep in the corral

solar panels

2022 lambs on feed

winter lambs

Pat with lambs

winter gold

livestock guardian dog on the job

Do Not Enter




“Do Not Enter” the road to Powder Flat from the folks building the power line


Maria the llama with her sheepy friends

antelope gathering in a herd–a sign of a hard winter



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Posted by on January 15, 2023 in Animals, Dogs, Family, Folks, Llamas, Sheep


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One response to “January Day at Powder Flat

  1. Martha Kennedy

    January 15, 2023 at 9:07 PM

    That kind of snow is hard on you. I know that. It would be nice if the “rivers” could head south to this drought once or twice to give you a break and us some water.


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