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As we mentioned yesterday, everyone is acting like this is the first snowfall of the season. Oh, sure, we had snow back in November, but to us, it feels like we have been ages since the last snow. All of us have been out and enjoying it, but there is something about the power of youth . . . Typhoon and snow. May you get half the pleasure out of the pictures that Typhoon has had out of the snow.
Ah, the power of youth. And sheer exuberance. May you have half as much fun today as Typhoon has!
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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.
Requiem for a Rabbit
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Missed A Rabbit By A Hare
In a fumble of Sibe Quentin security, Typhoon almost caught another rabbit, though Hu-Dad has kidded him that he missed it by a hare.
He’s still got it!
He still looks as good as he did 7 years ago. Keep on doing zoomies.
Oh wow Hu-Dad-Typhoon’s speed was/is amazing!!!! I have to say though glad no snow here in April!!!
Ah, the zoomieness of youth!
Such a look of happiness and joy 🙂
So true the power of youth. I see that with our Chip in the snow. Now if Chip can be as wise as his oldest sister(14) Nala,it would great. But they sure bring us a smile. Gotta love a husky!
You are the snow NINJA!!
He’s a wild man!
Monty and Harlow
I remember when my Aries would have an amazing time in the snow. The first time we got 18 with him he was just in heaven. The snow was too high for him in spots due to drifts and he just hopped right through it. I know I have pictures of it, but not sure if I recorded it. Bruce loves snow, but not like Aries. Hugs and kisses to the herd.
Ice sez: Does that boy EVER run down? My hu-Mom says he makes her tired, just looking at the pictures of him running.