Finding warmth

Some animals use blankets for warmth when the temperatures dip into the teens as they did last week. Others lie down in the hay to keep warm. Another sign of winter is the winter rye grass which can be seen beginning to grow in the foreground. The photo was taken on McGee Church Road, Clinton. -

Some animals use blankets for warmth when the temperatures dip into the teens as they did last week. Others lie down in the hay to keep warm. Another sign of winter is the winter rye grass which can be seen beginning to grow in the foreground. The photo was taken on McGee Church Road, Clinton.

Some animals use blankets for warmth when the temperatures dip into the teens as they did last week. Others lie down in the hay to keep warm. Another sign of winter is the winter rye grass which can be seen beginning to grow in the foreground. The photo was taken on McGee Church Road, Clinton.
https://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/web1_Horses.jpgSome animals use blankets for warmth when the temperatures dip into the teens as they did last week. Others lie down in the hay to keep warm. Another sign of winter is the winter rye grass which can be seen beginning to grow in the foreground. The photo was taken on McGee Church Road, Clinton.