Other than those days when we go snowshoeing in the mountains, these have to be the days with the most amount of snow for us at sea level. Even in Seattle where Nanny Lydia lives, there are many inches of snow that have stuck around. It feels like an extra white and cold winter thus far, but I'm not complaining as long as I get to play.
One of the best things about snow? You can bury your face in it.
Hello Mum, I was trying to sniff under the snow... somebody's
got to do that job.
Diligently at work, using my super sense of smell, surveying my lands.
Normally I'm a bit overwhelmed by blackberry shrubs and their long thorny tendrils
, but I really got so annoyed with this one at our driveway, I tried to drag it away. Mum decided it was best that she do it instead - didn't want me to pierce my mouth working so hard.
We've had some blizzardy conditions if you ask me. Strong hard fat snow coming down constantly.
I wonder if the rest of my Airedale buddies are getting snow too. Time for me to go read their blogs and find out.