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Friday, January 6, 2017

Snow days....

Our pups are experiencing their first snow days here in Washington - or mainly just heavy frost days with one true snow day, but they don't know the difference!  BOL!  Ramble makes quick appearances outside to play, but it seems Monty and Harlow are embracing this new frosty wonderland we've moved to.
This is frost, not snow....
Super Harlow Take Down!
I think she's playing the innocent puppy here....
...and Monty fell for it!
It's okay - he gets his revenge!
She would later claim she slipped....
Harlow often accompanies me in the big pasture, mainly because her recall is pretty stellar.  Monty likes to harass the neighbors dogs, and we are pretty sure Ramble would freeze before he gets too far.
She was truly made for snow!
Seriously happy princess!
Ramble has an amazing supply of sweaters - thanks to the kind folks who rescued him and loved him first - and he comes out when he is properly suited up.
They keep busy out there!
She's after me, da Momma!
Monty - distracted by driftwood...  Sigh....
The pups have really enjoyed this change in weather!  While I'm waiting for it to warm up a bit, I think they are all hoping for more snow!

12 comments:

  1. We're experiencing the same at our house in Massachusetts. Shear pup heaven!

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  2. That looks beautiful! The kids look so happy!

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  3. We keep our snow in the mountains. Yes, we are pansies.

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  4. Ramble is so cute in that sweater! I'm glad he has an extensive wardrobe! It looks like everyone is really enjoying the snow--we're having similar joy here, too.

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  5. OMD, that look like sooooo much funs! I wish we could gets some of that....sigh. All I gets is wet! yuck! ☺
    Do some snow zoomies for me!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  6. It's so much fun playing in snow. I always rub my face in it
    Lily (& Edward)

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  7. Isn't it GREAT, you guys?!?! We got a little bit, too!
    Yours sincerely,
    Margaret Thatcher

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  8. We only have a few frosts a year, but it ALWAYS makes us WILD. We love romping in it. So we completely understand. Enjoy!

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  9. Crikey .... that's look like so much fun. I wish we got frost and snow at our house. I'm like Ramble. I have to wear a coat in the cold. I don't have a big thick coat like Da Harlow.

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  10. The snow is falling at our house right this very minute! yahooooooooooooooooooooo

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  11. OMCs is it cold here in Dixie. We had sleet overnight through late morning and then it snowed for several hours. They are predicting 9 degrees for tonight and 4 for tomorrow night very very very very rare here. There will be snuggling even though I don't really like to snuggle.
    Hugs madi your bfff

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