Enjoying Sunshine

While we Siberian Huskies are fans of winter weather, we also can often be found enjoying sunshine on particularly cold spring days.

Family sunshine time

Family sunshine time

The calendar might say May, but we can still have some fairly cool days up here on our mountain. In fact, we are even supposed to have some snow showers overnight, though nothing very exciting. Still, the Hu-Dad stayed warm with a fire in the fireplace. And we spent much of our day finding sunny spots.

Qannik claimed a sunny area himself.

Qannik claimed a sunny area himself.

Hu-Dad also spent much of the day mowing the lower field outside our fence line of Sibe Quentin. We went down to investigate for a few minutes, but fairly quickly settled back into our naps while he worked.

I am dreaming about all of the work Hu-Dad is doing.

I am dreaming about all of the work Hu-Dad is doing.

Of course, when you are younger, you may not need the full force of the sunshine.

Just warming my feety-feet.

Just warming my feety-feet.

1 Comment

  1. Lori on May 5, 2016 at 8:22 am

    Enjoy your sunbeams sweethearts❤️

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