Welcome to The Thundering Herd, a website dedicated to a team of misbehaving Siberian Huskies and their hapless humans.
While out for our afternoon walk, we discovered a mysterious sign. Everyone made their best effort to interpret its meaning.
Our seniors may not go with us on every walk, but that senior supervision is still a critical part of life inside the Herd.
Typhoon was in his Little Prince Concentration Mode – until a distraction bounded through the woods beside us and totally derailed him.
We had a great weekend at Harrison Bay State Park, even if the rains did move in and create that wonderful wet dog smell in the S-RV.
Jeep rides might be one of our favorite things to do and are a howling good time, but yesterday ranked as the most boring Jeep ride of all time.
We had an awesome family walk yesterday afternoon with all six of us, the first time in a few weeks (as we will explain why in today’s post).
We Siberian Huskies have many unique and useful skills, but camera resistance might be one of the best. Why make it easy on the Hu-Dad?
The winds calmed. The skies cleared. The temperatures were not too hot or cold. Yes, we had a perfect sunny senior weather day.
Frankie has an offer for the rabbits in the field – we have greener grass on this side of the fence. How many rabbits fell for it?
Yesterday morning, we woke up to 20ºF and snow covered ground. Yesterday afternoon, we had sunny skies and highs in the 50’s. Let’s call it Spring springing back and take a nap.
April is a great month of change as Mother Nature guides us between seasons – and gives us lots of days of spring-winter or winter-spring.
When he is not tending to our needs, our Hu-Dad writes short stories, takes photographs, and creates animations and videos - Conjuring Reality in many forms. Visit his website at dkwall.com.