The snowy faces of a Minnesota winter are back! When it is below zero the air is so dry, snow doesn’t stick to our furs but yesterday we were in the teens above zero, and snow is sticking again!
Luckily, it isn’t wet snow, so we don’t have snowballs in our furs, but it does stick to our faces and furs somewhat. The three of us like to sniff in the snow, thus lots of snowy beards.
Snow doesn’t simply fall off our furs either. We run around and it is still hanging on tight to our beards and legs. Sometimes we get ice balls in our beard from breathing on the snow.
Even Bailie manages to get a nice layer of snow on her beard. She wonders how Mom always knows when she has been sniffing in the snow.
The three of us are really into air scenting. If you are wondering, the snow in my beard and around my nose don’t effect my ability to sniff out things flying through the air.
This photo of Olivia with her snow puss and snow body is here because we think it is kind of funny.
Hope you like the snowy faces of the three hounds living in a Minnesota winter. Now that the chill is gone, we are headed to warm melting weather, so brace yourselves for some dirty dogs next week! Have a Grand weekend!
My GBGV Life is joining Living Laughing and Barking in Our Backyard for their Nature Friday blog hop.