A Rural Life Tucked Away In The Rocky Mtns Of British Columbia.
I hope that you didn't get the -30C to go along with all that snow! My dogs and horses look very similar, miserable. Think warm!
Poor Kali! Tex looks like he's doing ok.
Yes Ian we did get the -32 to go along with the snow, the horses nostrils had big chunks of ice hanging out of them they didn't have much of an air passage, they are definitely miserable.Shirley he's hanging in there but he's pretty uncomfortable. He has huge snow packs in his hooves and that's making it even harder on his bad leg.
Looks cold to me..similar here:(
AGH!! TOO COLD! Keep it with you please!?
Brrr, glad we are past the worst of it wnd finally woarming up now.
if it wern't "wordless" what would they all be saying about the weather? I'm betting it wouldn't be pleasant remarks.
Oh...YUCK!!! Brrr...Come on Spring!Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com
lol that poor pup - he looks like he's saying "get this crap off my face mom, NOooooW!"We had some white stuff too - the snowball effect on the feet is a pain, and I forgot to pack the PAM spray in the move so we have been knocking them off with the rubber mallet... sigh.
Post a Comment