What is the Difference

Yesterday, we showed you the nonstop excitement of the Senior Team.  Today, we ask what is the difference between them and the Junior Team?

melting

I think I am melting.

conserve energy

Trying my best to conserve energy.

difference

If we don’t move soon, people are going to ask what is the difference between us and the Senior Team.

Little Prince

Oh, yeah. We have the Little Prince.

never grow up

Tethered again! I will never grow up!

P.S. – For those who are curious, yes things were hot yesterday. Well, hot for us. Our high was 79ºF (26ºC) – the highest temperature we have seen all year. We are sure we have your sympathy.

10 Comments

  1. Tamara on July 3, 2014 at 11:48 pm

    That is crazy. It was 85 in waynesville yesterday

  2. Sam on July 3, 2014 at 8:33 pm

    BOL – 110 here, but Aaron just pointed out you probably have high humidity?

    Monty and Harlow

    • D.K. Wall on July 3, 2014 at 9:10 pm

      Yes, we always have a fairly high humidity – but I don’t think that offsets 110 degrees. Yuck.

  3. jansfunnyfarm on July 3, 2014 at 3:51 pm

    it’s like that around here too. We seniors are dependent on the little squirt to do something exciting for the blog.

  4. Lucy on July 3, 2014 at 11:50 am

    We are traveling in Utah and it’s been 100 degrees. Too hot for comfort. Can’t. Wait to get out of this area..Moab was hotter ( but prehistoric Indian writings are so cool).

  5. Anna the GSD on July 3, 2014 at 10:00 am

    It’s like 97 here, but we’re getting a “cool front” of only 90 during the weekend BUT also NO hoomidity! Which will make it feel like winter! BRRRRRR!!! 😉

  6. Sue Verschneider on July 3, 2014 at 7:25 am

    —Koda: Typhoon my brother from another human mom says you make her laugh like she does at me. But whst is so funny all the time I have no idea. I just like to have fun.

    —Misha: one of these days the fun is gonna get you tethered like TyTy, Koda.

  7. Mad Musher from Aus on July 3, 2014 at 7:16 am

    Hi there,

    Try and Australian Summer …. the poor dogs the humans they have enslaved have to wait till late at night to take them for walks…. Our usual summer days in may state are 30 -36 oC with the month of Feb usually having 3 weeks over 40+ …. Its Air conditioner city and loads of sleeping , sighing and looking out side,,,, Doggie Ice blocks area welcome treat ,….. Just freeze some wet or dry food in some water or chicken necks like I do , and freeze and watch them chase them all over the ground as they slip and slide…

    I love your page, Your pack is amazing…. I’m half way to have my own thundering herd…. 3 more Huskies to go….

    • D.K. Wall on July 3, 2014 at 9:08 am

      Many moons ago, the hu-dad was in and out of Adelaide for about 2 years. He remembers a few pretty warm days!

  8. Mom 'n Ice on July 3, 2014 at 5:40 am

    Mom sez: Your high yesterday is about what we’ve had all this past week, hitting 29 C (84 F) a couple of times. Along with “out of sight” humidity, so five minutes after you get out of the shower and dry off, you’re soaking wet again from sweating. Ice has taken refuge down in the basement, where it’s about ten degrees cooler than upstairs.

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