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Well, the main snow event appears to be over. That is assuming you do not count the 4-6 inches of snow that is supposed to fall Saturday night and the 1-2 inches that is supposed to fall Sunday morning. Shrug. That seems like flurries at this point. But “they” are calling for sun on Monday. Since it is the weekend, the humans have not had to worry about getting to work (though they apparently did get out on Saturday to get human food – a concern we did not have since we were well stocked in Herd food). So we want to share some pictures from the last couple of days with you:
The view from Cataloochee Ranch Saturday afternoon – our valley
Our tree with Cataloochee Ski in the background
Walking through the field was fun – the snow was up over the humans knees. Some day (we hear that a lot), our hu-dad plans to fence this field in. Our hu-dad thought about that a lot today because he really wanted to see us have a large place to run and play in the snow. Soon, he promises, soon.
How deep was it? Here are our ceramic deer and bird bath beside the driveway.
Black and White Team covered in snow
Red Team catching up
Red Team passing
Almost back to the house
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