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As the end of the day approaches and sleepy time is nigh, it’s time for a solid Boom Boom Stretch and woo to get the human attention.
We only received about a half-inch of fresh snow from the storm that worked its way up the east coast, but we sure got the frigid temperatures. Our highs hovered in the mid 20’s with a stiff breeze, so the humans insisted we complete our walks quickly and efficiently. As bedtime approached, Landon announced with a solid woo and a Boom Boom stretch that he was ready to head upstairs. Wonder how many of our readers are yawning at the sight?
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We Had A Little Snow
Our winter may have been mild so far, but, like much of the east coast, we had a little snow this week. And so we had a little fun.
It’s 14 degrees right now in Northern Minnesota and right now both Dudley and I think it is a little too warm
Here in Glendale Az the Arizona couch husky said it’s about 71° sunny and lots of time to play outside
18″ in RI, my Rocky was glad to get back inside after the shovelling, very cold and blizzard conditions with lots of wind
I believe we got maybe 8 inches here in Delaware BUT this morning it’s COLD!!! 10 degrees and that wind really picked up yesterday and I STILL feel like Boom Boom-time to go under the covers and SLEEP!!
We only got an inch and a half in NY. Not that much for Husky fun. Below zero though is tough on the feety feet. Boom Boom is making me tired at 7am. Playtime comes early for my “visiting” Husky at 4:30am!! Now I have 2 happy Huskies sleeping away. Always fun.