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Our winter may have been a little slow getting to us, but we are having an absolutely super Siberian snow season!
Our high yesterday was not quite 16ºF (-9ºC) with a nice little 20 mph breeze cooling things off. And, yes, constantly falling snow showers for the second day in a row.
When you are a Siberian Husky, there is no day better than a cold, dreary, not-fit-for-humans wintry day and we made the best of it.
Based on the current forecast, we can expect at least another day of snow and will not see temperatures above freezing until some time next week.
Hu-Dad checks on us regularly, but the great outdoors is where we want to be with such perfect weather. Even when napping.
For those dogs who need the shelter, let them inside on such cold days. For us, you can’t drag us inside.
The Typhoon fan club kicked it into gear and surpassed perennial Valentines winner Frankie in terms of total Valentines received to date – 82 – 52. And Typhoon’s contributions kicked him up to third place with $201 to Qannik’s $355 and Natasha’s $461. Total contributions to date are now at $1440! Our readers rock!
The days are slipping away and our annual Valentines Hearts for the Herd contest is almost over. To participate, just mail a Valentine to Dog’s Name, PO Box 1835, Maggie Valley, NC 28751. And, if you wish, enclose a check made payable to Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation. Every single penny of contributions is given to the wonderful Sarge’s organization to rescue homeless dogs and cats.
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Lots of snow, lots of rain, muddy roads, four-wheel drive, and an open jeep window. This is when a dog should not hold their head out of the window, as demonstrated by Natasha and Kodiak as they show off their Mud Freckles.