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Saturday, January 21, 2017

WIN - (brrrrr) - TER


Lori, burdened by the needs of her dog Reggie, hits the streets much earlier than I do.

She left me some photographic views of her early morning "Winter Wonderland".




Rick and Reggie


Wearing his winter garb.

Sorry, Reggie, too cold for me.

14 comments:

Sharon Anck said...

I talked to Judy yesterday afternoon and she said it started to rain and wash most of it away. Regardless it was a bleak day in many ways.

L Lewis said...

The wind was brutal. It was hailing at one point and we heard coyotes howling nearby. Neither rain, not snow, not sleet, nor hail stops us from walking!

Stephen Hayes said...

I've learned something about myself this past week---I'm not a fan of snow!

joeh said...

Fresh fallen snow, I love it. Walking a dog early morning in fresh fallen snow...not so much.

Lowell said...

Yikes! The snow doesn't look so bad, but that sky is downright terrifying. In these parts that would mean tornadoes!

William Kendall said...

Reggie's a handsome doggie!

That snow is a delightful sight!

RedPat said...

We have no snow here - it has been too warm and it all melted!

L Lewis said...

Thank you! Reggie is a 13 year old Queensland Blue Heeler.

Val said...

We hit 68 degrees here in Missouri today. My half red heeler, half dachshund, Jack, hopped in the pond for a swim, and then in the creek for another while he was out running around with my husband on his Gator.

Lowandslow said...

Since I haven't seen any snow in several winters, I'm envious of yours. Stay warm. :)

Thérèse said...

Nice to have friends taking pictures for you!

Zhoen said...

Much easier with cats. When it's cold and snowy, Moby wants to go out and come right back in, we don't even bother with the harness.

Got about 7" of the wet stuff, melted later. More to come today.

Natalie d'Arbeloff said...

Good to hear your 'live' voice! Lovely snow-scenes too.

Gunn said...

Looks cold and pretty where you are. Image number 2 from the top is my favourite.