Originally Posted by Putembk
Damn Phatty....no sun for six weeks!!!! That is the thing I like least about winter....dark so much plus when the sun is up it is always in your face....
It makes it easier to find the cat when I let him outside, during the few hours of sun on the North side of the property, which gets sun from the South, coming over a ridge that causes the loss of direct sunlight.
Cause the cat - like the birds - is usually over in the sunny area, while there is sun.
Glad Lettuce can survive freezing conditions and no sun.
In earlier years I was more "Navy Seal", would hike up the hill in the rain and shoot Biathlon (3 shots max), then walk down. All that walking would help keep me warm & functional during the 2 months around Dec. 21.
I mostly only get sun when it's above 24 degrees in the sky. That's why I was so obsessed that *.mil website that tells you Sun Altitude (angle) for every 10 minutes of the day.
Now I get in the car and go to Walmart.