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After a couple of months of waiting, we finally have some snow. It isn’t much and barely qualifies, but we will take what we can get at this point in the winter.
Our day time high temperatures never made it beyond 19ºF (-7ºC) and the early morning snow flurries just would not stop. Total snow fall was only about a half inch (1 cm), but we celebrated anyway.
While the junior team romped and played, the seniors were more sedate in their celebration.
Have no fears, dear readers, the games continued throughout the day. Certain pint-sized munchkins just don’t really listen to the Fun Police.
As the evening winds picked up and the wind chills dropped below zero, Hu-Dad declared it was time to go inside, site by the fire, and prepare for another day.
Of course, a certain red-headed dog was mentioned in yesterday’s blog post regarding her desire to stay warm in cold weather. Apparently, that desire is only in snowless cold weather. Add some snow to the mix, and her attitude changed.
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Beautiful photos! And I am so happy you got snow, you look beautiful out there. Aw, Qannik, those eyes could melt anything!
No snow here, and while I know the collies enjoy it, I am happy about the lack of white stuff!
We got a couple inches up here in the Fingerlakes of NY. My crew is lovvin’ it! Even Boo who is 13 now wants to be out with the youngins. I would like a bit more for some nice xc skiing with the huskies.
Isn’t this the same girl who burrowed under the blankets by the fireside yesterday? Today she refuses go inside.