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P.S. #1 – Qannik is Inuit for Snowflake, thus the title. As our buddy Bricey well knows, Qannik came to us from the Haywood Animal Shelter with the name Snowflake. We decided to keep the name, but change the language.
P.S. # 2 – Yes, it has been very hot here. But we have to explain. At the house, we have not yet crossed the 80F (26 C) level – that only happens a few days each year. BUT, when we travel, we have to cross valleys and into towns, and the temperatures can be in the 80’s and – rarely – even 90. Sometimes, the rapid change in temperatures can be as tough on the dogs (and humans) as the high temperatures themselves, so we constantly monitor them and make sure they have plenty of fresh water.
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Weekly thoughts from our Hu-Dad with the latest updates on his writing projects, the books he's reading, and a gratuitous dog photo of us.
Way Back Wednesday
Each week, we reach back into our vault of over 4,500 previous posts and share a favorite. We hope you enjoy this look back.
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.