This is the first fresh, fluffy snow we've had in several months and the dogs are loving it.
All three of them like to run through it as fast as they can go. The little dogs have to jump around like rabbits to get anywhere when the snow is this deep.
This is Sunny, the little dog who is on a diet and not losing weight. Hopefully now that the crusty snow has been replaced by fluffy snow, she will get lots more exercise and the weight will start coming off.
She has a blue fleece jacket that she wears in the snow because her curly hair is a snow magnet. When she doesn't wear the jacket her chest and tummy get matted with ice balls. We can't pick them out, we have to melt them. Not a pleasant experience for us or Sunny.
Glory, our nine year old lab mix, likes to throw herself down in the new snow and make doggy snow angels.
It snowed on and off all day today, but the total new accumulation wasn't much over an inch. The snow is approximately six or seven inches deep.
According to AccuWeather it's going to stay cold and keep adding little new layers of snow for the next week. Not exactly the spring weather we were hoping for in March.
A doggy outing in the snow is so worthwhile. When the dogs come in they are ready for serious napping.
This is exhausted Pappy. Notice his little pink tongue hanging out. We think it's cute, but then we would. We're his parents.
I might have spent their nap time knitting. Instead I caught up on my email and lists. I think I'm still a little tired from the trip home because I sure haven't had much energy the last few days.
Instead of casting on John's second sock today, I knit a few inches on the back of the Lavold Sweater. It was completely mindless knitting, but at least I felt like I got a little knitting done.