It's that time of year: when the sun is warm on your back during the day and the windows get frosty at night.
It's also the time that, if you get up early enough in the morning, you can see the heifers' breath release in little, cloudy puffs as the sun rises.
Of course, you can also see your Great Pyrenees sleeping in the shade, because she's still too hot even when it's actually not hot, but . . .
the breath of these girls as they graze the pasture almost rivals a good sunrise.