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Our section of the Blue Ridge Parkway may be closed (well, at least closed to cars – hikers are welcome) in the winter, but the road is open in many areas and the hiking is beautiful in the winter. You can call 1 828 298 0398 to get current road conditions and closings. Hope to see you on the trail!
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This Week's Thundering Herd Special Features
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.
What Weather When?
March 26, 2023
How do you dress for a day in the Western North Carolina Mountains? Just answer what weather when? Good luck with that.
Way Back Wednesday
Each week, we reach back into our vault of over 4,700 previous posts and share a favorite. We hope you enjoy this look back.
The Queen and Decorum
Even after a long hike, a Queen must always avoid a fashion faux pas like, say, an out of place tongue. No, the Queen and Decorum are intact.
Not closed to the Sibe’s though, they can track through anything. 🙂
You all have the coolest places to walk and hike! We totally need to move!!
Holly & Khady
Never underestimate the power of fur wheel drive. 🙂 Cute!
Fur wheel drive. I love it.
Fur wheel drive is the best!!
Elyse and Riley
How cool to have the road all to yourselves. No pesky cars to move over for. Break Trail!
As I would expect, you choose the road less traveled!
I bet it’s a comfortable feeling to have a “road” you can run on without having to keep looking over your shoulder for traffic. Bet the fur-wheel-drive kidz love it, too!
That looks like what we are supposed to be doing; instead we have 80 degrees and dusty dirt trails.
Remy and Flash
The little glimpse of the sky in the first picture is very pretty. From what I have learned of Sibes, it seems to me a Closed Road would be right up your alley. Way better than a wide open one, right?
Your pal Stella in the Snow
Yup it is a good thing 😉
Please do let Qannik know there is now a snow-white ferret out there named after him. A friend rescued five new ferrets, and one had a horrible name, Crisco. Crisco? She jokingly said “I should call him Snow Flake” but I said OH NO! I do not think so! Call him Qannik! So much more distinguished! I linked her to his page, and she absolutely agreed. Qannik the Ferret rocks! Now he just has to learn his new name. Can you imagine having called your Qannik Crisco? I think not!
Woo-hoo! Woo pups area souped-up 6-cp* fur-wheel drive classic!
jack & moo
*”canine-power”, of course!
Fur Wheel Drive … Love it!!! Looks like fun & getting to have the parkway to yourselves!!! WooHoo!!
Licks & Nibbles,
Kody & Nia
I bet that the Herd cheers on the day that your section closes. I know that I’d love having it for hiking, snowbiking, and dog sledding!
That’s a good one…Fur Wheel Drive!! Have fun on the parkway!
AARF Kasha the Dainty Great Dane
Imagine if we could transform fur into gas! What a beahtiful world it would be! Ha! You would have it made!
You have no idea how bad I’d like to be on that trail! It always looks so pretty there!
Siberian Heaven in NC!
PeeEssWoo: Thanks the Hu-Dad fur sharing the Chicago show link on SiberNut 😉
Never a problem for the herd!!!
Fur wheel drive is the bestest, no matter which road you’re taking!