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Frigid Friday

This morning is perfect Siberian weather, as seen from the front porch: View over to the next ridge   Looking down to the creek   Natasha and Kiska stop digging long enough for a picture   Kodiak sniffing the wind  
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Feeding Wildlife

Kiska is asking her big sister Natasha for some interpretation. We aren’t considered wildlife, are we?
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Back to Work Day

Seems like most of our humans in dog-land are going back to work today.  Something about “someone has to pay for all of that dog food.”  We are really confused – we thought the UPS guy just brought it every few weeks.  That is why we are so happy to see him and ignore the…
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Walking the Big Ridge Dam

For all of the fans of walking videos, here is a short one of a different sort – Qannik, Natasha and Kiska walking across the Big Ridge Dam:
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Big Ridge State Park

Rusty would like to tell you about our adventures yesterday in his most wise pose. Cheoah would like to be clear that Rusty – her neighbor in the loft of the S-RV – is not wanting anything except his dinner, which is why he was sitting like that and acting so mannerly. Anyway, we went…
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Harrison Bay State Park

Yes, we are on another S-RV Thundering Herd adventure.  Last night, we drove through the Nantahala National Forest and spent the night at Harrison Bay State Park just outside of Chattanooga, Tennessee. We went on a long hike last night, but the humans forgot the camera, so we do not have any pictures of the…
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Happy New Year

Happy New Year to everyone.  May the new year bring much happiness, good health, and lots of furry fun!
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Hazardous Duty

Feeding six hungry Siberians can be a challenge.  We have a very specific routine. 1)  The dogs are each in their place – Natasha and Rusty in the dog room; Kodiak, Kiska and Qannik in the den; and Cheoah in her crate (food aggression issue that has to be contained). 2)  Each dog must sit…
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Great Trail in Asheville

Our pal, Simcha, said he is visiting Asheville for New Year’s and asked if there are any trails we recommend.  Since Simcha’s blog is titled Red Sibes Rule, our own red heads (from the left, Kodiak, Cheoah and Rusty) have offered to be tour guides. Asheville is well known for being very dog friendly, as…
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Merry Christmas!

To all of our friends out there in Siber- (er, cyber-) space, we wish you the Merriest of Christmases.  May you get your fair share of turkey and ham, and the best chew toys as presents. We take you back to Queen Natasha the Evil’s first Christmas to show you that, even as a puppy,…
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Winter Solstice

Today is the Winter Solstice where we remember the dogs who have gone before the current Herd.  More information can be found on the Siberian Husky Memorial Web-page and the list of Siberian Huskies in that memorial can be found here.  On that page a little more than halfway down, you can find a reference to our…
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A Rare Sight

At night, our humans swear that Cheoah has an on / off switch, because when she goes to sleep, you can’t wake her up – to move, to go outside, whatever.  She sleeps really soundly.  But during the day, she runs, she bounces, and she is a constant blur of movement.  So, this picture is…
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