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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.
A Grateful Memorial Day
May 28, 2023
On this very special day, take a moment to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Have a grateful Memorial Day.
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.
We Had A Little Snow
Our winter may have been mild so far, but, like much of the east coast, we had a little snow this week. And so we had a little fun.
Yes, Cheoh sure knows how to capture the spot light!
A very well camouflaged photo bomb indeed!
Wow. I feel bad for you, Q. And it makes me glad there are no other huskies competing for picture time or play time with the hu-mom. At least, not yet. ~ Kipnuk
I notice in this picture that Cheoah is on the other side of the fence–do you actually have more than one yard for the Herd? ~ Christina
Very observant. Yes, there are two runs with a large gate in the middle. When open, everyone can be together. When closed, the primary purpose is to allow the senior citizens to nap in their run while the youngsters can run and play.
A good idea there. We’re considering something similar for our dogs. See, right now there is just the one Husky, Kipnuk. And being a Husky, he wants to play and wrestle with the other dogs. Probably the same way that Mojo and Daisy, the Chihuahuas, often wrestle with each other (fun to watch, I wish I had pictures). But as you know, Chichis are way too small for a seven-month-old Husky to wrestle with. I know he just wants to play with them, but his kind of play isn’t their kind of play, and he ends up scaring or otherwise intimidating the smaller dogs.
So we’re now talking about sectioning off a part of our yard, giving a larger portion to the overly-energetic Kipnuk (because the boy needs to run off some of that energy!)and a smaller portion to Mojo and Daisy (and my dad’s terrier mix, Dusty) so that they can all be outside and safe.
Can’t a guy have the limelight once? Sheesh!
Ha roo roo roo! Oh, that’s priceless!!!
There is one in every crowd!
Beautiful picture anyways. The way Qtip looks and the amazing color in the back ground. Very nice pic no matter how many bombs are out there. Hugs nd kisses to the herd.
Perhaps a khomment on the hu-dad’s skills
Well, as me ‘n Ice both know, when you find THE perfect spot, at THE right time, you just GOT to take advantage of it. However, I’m sure that if it wasn’t pointed out to all the humans, very few would even notice. Don’t worry, Qannik, you STILL look “regal”.
Oh my goodness…Cheoah, did you *have* to do *that* right then?