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We get really behind on the awards sometimes, but we do really appreciate them. But since we get behind, we lose track of who has and has not received them. So these awards are being passed on to our readers – thank you!
According to the interpretations that are floating around, it means “Proven. Your blog has sweetness.” Kodiak says he is honored and thank you.
Thor and Marco Polo shared this award with us:
We particularly liked this because Thor has been at the Outer Banks this week. This is what he said, “The Thundering Herd who travel around showing us the world from their RV.” Well, that is really cool because we are taking the S-RV out starting Thursday and also heading to the beach. So you know what that means, don’t you? Yes, Cheoah is practicing her S-RV face:
Oh, yeah, we are supposed to list 6 things that make us happy. You see this coming don’t you? Natasha, Rusty, Kiska, Kodiak, Qannik and Cheoah. How dare we name six of anything else?
And from our good neighbor to the South (ok, a few hours South), Ozzie the Ozzball:
Why do we love blogging? Because blogging helps us humans remember all of the little things that our furry friends do everyday that seem so routine, but make so many memories. The original Herd may not have had a blog written daily about them, but they are the heritage of the current Herd and were the inspiration for the original Thundering Herd web page. So we leave you with a couple of pictures of the Original Herd – Cocoa (the blond Corgi), Ginger (the red headed Chow mix), and Nikita (the first Siberian and mentor to Queen Natasha the Evil).
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Way Back Wednesday
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Lots of snow, lots of rain, muddy roads, four-wheel drive, and an open jeep window. This is when a dog should not hold their head out of the window, as demonstrated by Natasha and Kodiak as they show off their Mud Freckles.