I sure hope so. We got 3-4 inches of snow last night. which made driving home from church real interesting. I got home late and went down to the coop to put the ducks in and discovered the raccoon that escaped me on Thursday night had apparently come back and taken one of the ducks. So now I have one lonely duck left. In the future, we will only raise ducks for meat, no matter how much the kids beg to keep some for eggs (which really means pets, because they don't even like duck eggs). Too many varmints around here for ducks when we don't have a pond they can use to escape.
In garden news, I moved a bunch of volunteer dill in the hoop house and weeded half of one side, in a t-shirt. Then I went outside to discover the beginning of the snow. The bales outdoors are much slower to condition than the ones in the hoop house due to the cold. I've added a few days to the planting schedule to account for this. I hope it isn't overly optimistic to hope I can get them all planted by next weekend.