Sunday, December 21, 2008

Wacky Weather, Day Two


Here's the same view as the post below, now with six inches of snow with a quarter-inch crust of ice on top of it. There have been a few cars out this morning, so the streets are packed down a bit and the dogs can walk in the tracks, but it's pretty funny to see a Corgi trying to figure out how to move around. The skiers, sledders and snowshoers are out, too, and everyone's seems slightly dazed but in good humor at the oddity of it all.


Hope you're all cozy and warm wherever you are. And for those of you in Mexico or warmer climes this holiday, have a big, icy tropical drink for us!

4 comments:

nwmidwife51 said...

I have two Cardigans myself and it's true. They both high-bottomed in the deep crusty snow, but loved being out there.

kab said...

Walker (18 mos.) is fine since he's big and energetic, but Rosey got stuck in a snowdrift when the crust collapsed and she sank in. No harm done, though, since I just stomped a "trail" for her to get out. Glad yours are enjoying it!

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kab said...

I'll definitely check out the blog! And thanks for the kind words...living in such a wonderful place makes writing about it easy.