As for our cats, they relish the chance to play in whatever drifts into the screened-in porch. They pad about until their paws freeze, come in briefly to let them rewarm, then dart back out again.
We can expect to lose power whenever there’s high winds. Thankfully, the outage was short-lived and came while it was still light out — just long enough to heat up some water for tea, catch up on some reading, and enjoy the welcome quiet.
While the leeks should be fine, we should have harvested the rest of the celeriac earlier. Now, we’ll have to wait for the covers to unfreeze before we can see what’s left.