These are the chronicles of two Shetland Sheepdogs and their adventures in rally-o, obedience, flyball, agility, tracking and therapy dog work.
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Sunday, November 9, 2008


Yesterday I posted that I was so impressed that we didn't have any snow yet a week into November. Well, apparently I jinxed it. It's snowing now, it's been snowing almost all afternoon. People are already driving like idiots, slamming on their brakes randomly in the middle of Circle Drive. I passed a big accident already on Circle Drive bridge on the way home from Rally-O practice. I don't know what it is, but a skiff of snow makes even the best of drivers turn into horrible drivers. No one remains a "good driver" in the winter, they either turn into reckless maniacs or over-careful brake-riders. Bother are just as dangerous.

The boys are split in their appreciation of the snow.

"My toes are cold already."

"Oh, but you have a ball. Well, I guess I'm not THAT cold."

Thank goodness there are always "inside games" to play ... Like destroying boxes.


Simba said...

BOL! Destroying boxes looks like fun! I'll have to try to get HM to leave one around for me! ;o)



Bree/Reilly said...

We had a few flurries here in Nebraska, but nothing stayed on the ground.

Coco said...

Destroying boxes is ALWAYS fun!

Tail Wiggles & Puppy Kisses,

Coco - The Princess

the Corgi Girls said...

BOL, cute pics! Mox doesn't like wet grass and she'll pull her paw up like Gio does! But snow, let them at it! They get the zoomies!

M & I

Morgan in Pittsburgh said...

Oh, my gosh - I destroy the soda boxes too. Just like you guys. First I pounce on them, then I start to rip them to bits. What fun!

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