Taking Advantage Of A Moment Of Rare Sunshine

Friday afternoon featured something we have not seen in a while – rare sunshine. Rain started back Friday evening, so we had to take advantage.

Cheoah found a sunbeam in the dining room.

Cheoah found a sunbeam in the dining room.

We had an actual break in the weather with some glorious sunshine Friday. We are under no illusion that it will last as our weather forecast is for several days of heavy rain, three inches or more at last prediction. And, of course, our temperatures will be well above freezing, so no chance of some fun fluffy, white snow to make all of that precipitation fun. So we took advantage of the short amount of sunshine available and found strategic spots to soak it up.

Typhoon claimed under Hu-Dad's desk.

Typhoon claimed under Hu-Dad’s desk.

P.S. – Hu-Dad has promised an adventure is coming, so stay tuned to see what we are doing next!


  1. Jerry G-Pa Owens on January 22, 2017 at 3:05 pm

    G-Ma and I had hoped to see you come February…..but alas we found out that WinterFest Smokey Style had been canceled….We are saddened to hear this, we were so looking forward to see you.
    Gang…Keep your tug lines tight…and your trails in sight…..
    G-Ma & G-Pa

  2. Juno's mom on January 21, 2017 at 1:08 pm

    It looks like a road trip is coming. We’re having winter time cabin fever too.

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