Windy Day

With a new front moving in, we had quite the windy day yesterday. We all took appropriate shelter. Well, most of us did.

special cave

Frankie created a special cave under a chaise lounge.

covered napping

Kiska and Qannik took advantage of the covered porch for napping.


Hmmmm – I can’t make my ears stay up.

P.S. – Despite the wind, the sunshine felt really good and no one wanted to hang out inside the house – except for the two TPLO patients who complained loudly that they wanted outside with everyone else, wind or no wind.


  1. TillySue on November 7, 2014 at 9:35 am

    What a sweet goofy boy! :0)

  2. Mom 'n Ice on November 7, 2014 at 4:22 am

    Mom sez: Poor ‘Tasha and Cheoah, me ‘n Ice feel so sorry for them, cooped up inside. Oh well, won’t be much longer now, girls! Maybe by the time you’re able to “run free” out there, there’ll be lots of snow. As for the wind, well, Ice HATES the wind, and wants to be inside when it’s really windy here.

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