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Saturday, December 6, 2008

Fun in the Snow

Now that it is getting so dark so early, I really value the free time I have on the weekends so that I can let the boys burn off some steam in the daylight. Today I took the boys and their Chuck-It to the park behind the house. I love this large park, it's usually empty (unless the high school kids are using it for sport practice) and the boys can really let loose! Of course they are on-leash ... very long fine leashes. What? You can't see the leashes? Hmm, that is odd. They show up perfectly clear in the pictures to me.



Of course, it is always good to stop and relax by catching a few snowflakes on your tongue.

Happy happy puppers!

Don't you just hate it when you get snow up your nose?


And of course, can't forget MORE CHRISTMAS CARDS!

From Beckett

From Ben and Twinkle

And from Happy

7 comments:

Ruby said...

What great pictures. I love all the smiles.
Love Ruby

KEY WEST COLLIES said...

We love snow and wish Dad lived up North. Snow is fun.

Essex & Deacon

Kess And Her Mama said...

The boys are gorgeous. You can tell they are having fun by the smiles on their faces. Thanks for the Christmas card.

Ricky the Sheltie said...

Very cute photos of Gio and Romeo in the snow!

Josh and Jess said...

Love the big smiles on your faces! Playing in the snow must be such fun :)

the Corgi Girls said...

Your boys have the CUTEST expressions! What happy guys... glad you got some snow to play in!!!

;o)
M & I

Simba said...

what great shots of the boys! Happy puppy smiles!!

wags,

Simba

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