This Stick Is Not Big Enough For The Two Of Us

Typhoon thought he found the perfect stick on our evening walk, but he did not want to share – claiming it was not big enough for two of us.

Wow, what a perfect little stick.

Wow, what a perfect little stick to take home.

Unfortunately, he was not alone in the discovery. A certain large white fluffy dog had his eye on the treasure as well.

Wait a minute, Q, not sharing.

Wait a minute, Q, not sharing.

So who would win the battle of the big stick and claim it for a prize?

This stick's not big enough for the two of us.

This stick’s not big enough for the two of us.

Sadly, neither one of them won. Hu-Dad pointed out that the stick might just be a wee bit too big to drag home from our little walk. Both dogs took the news well.

Bet he can't walk backwards like me, huh, Hu-Dad.

Bet he can’t walk backwards like me, huh, Hu-Dad.

You probably notice our lack of snow in our walking pictures. Our little snow last week did not last very long, but it was around long enough for the Hu-Dad to do a timelapse photography video of the snow falling and then melting. We have included the video itself below, though you can also go to the post describing the video on his photography website –

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  1. Juno's mom on February 6, 2017 at 11:54 am

    It looked like they were picking up some interesting scents around that ‘stick.’

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