A dusting of snow beats nothing this winter at our house. We are starved for snow! Last year at this time we had some thirty inches and now we are trying to have a blast with an inch or two. Everything looks better with a bit of the white stuff as decoration!
My big girlfriend next door misses snow too. She was not here last winter as she just turned one, but she is a serious winter kind of dog. We still have a lot of fun chasing, but a load of snow would really make her happy. The two of us talk about it all the time.
Bailie likes the fresh layer of snow we received Saturday night. Everything is more fun to sniff when it is cold and snow covered.
Madison enjoys cruising around. She too loves a lot of snow, but being so short, the dusting of snow makes running a lot easier for her.
We wouldn’t be real snow hounds if we didn’t have some snow beards. Olivia is happy to model hers for the camera.
Our photographer has been having trouble taking photos of us this winter because she says everything is so ugly. Just this small amount of snow brightens up everything around us.
I stay busy tracking where the rabbits and squirrels have been. The other morning a rabbit had the nerve to sit in the middle of our yard while I was stuck in the house. I gave out some really big and loud howls about that!
Poor Madison has furs that are serious snow magnets. She only has to look at snow and it attaches to her furs including her beard.
Olivia and I have done some more wrestling since we got the dusting of snow last weekend. Olivia seems to have needed to readjust her long, floppy ears! She doesn’t even notice I’m about to land on her.
Our ears love to fly around when we play. The photographer loves seeing our long ears getting wild.
I guess Olivia and I love to play and wrestle in any weather, but snow makes it more fun. Hopefully we will get a load of it at some point!
I’m joining my friends at Living Laughing and Barking in Our Backyard for their Nature Friday blog hop.