Okay so here is the story. I have 3 bags of grain, 50 lbs each. I have to get them approx 500 ft to the barn from the front gate. Usually I throw them into the wheelbarrow and it's okie dokie. Problem! I have about a foot and a half of snow. So how will I do this? Facts : I have not a single person to help me carry them. I can't lift the bags above my knees. The snow is about up to my knees This morning we had an icy rain, snow the snow is kind of slushy. I was thinking of putting the grain bag into a garbage bag and trying to drag/slide it to the barn. But it might sink. I was also thinking of throwing a bag onto the horses back, but how would I get it up there and keep it from sliding off? Other ideas that won't work- Putting the bags on a sleigh/sled or garbage can cover and dragging them. Problem I don't have a sled, and the if the garbage can cover cracks, I would be in huge trouble. Wait for the snow to melt.... been waiting since the day after Christmas, every time the snow melts a little we have another storm. There has been literally no chance since our first storm, the 26th. Keep the grain in the garage and just bring a bucket of it to the barn. If I kept anything of mine in anything that was my father's besides the stuff in my room it would be thrown into the street. I'm lucky he lets me keep food in the fridge, no joke. Any other ideas welcome? Problem solved! But do feel free to throw out other ideas in case the method does not work next time. You might know that feeling? You think you got this great method for getting something done only to find out it won't work a second time.