Dec 14, 2008

Brother, can you spare a degree?

Updated this morning: New record low last night -19 with -32 wind chill.

Because I don't have any on my thermometer right now, zero! Add in the wind chill and it's -18 out there. But the two pooches, Hootie and Yordi still want to go for their walk, and who am I to turn them down?



Burning off some energy before walkies!

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What's the last thing you see in the camera right before you get two paws right in your chest?

15 comments:

  1. OMG! Too cute.. did you get knocked down.. or were you able to keep standing? Looks like a solid dog!

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  2. I'll lend you a few degrees... its 60 degrees or so

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  3. Two snow-encrusted flying paws?

    What cute dawgs!

    Halfway between Denver and Boulder. Let's see . . . Broomfield? Westminster?

    (I used to live near Greeley!)

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  4. Sorry, no degrees to spare, but I'm willing to take one of those cuties off your hands!

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  5. your dogs are adorable.....not as cute as Skylar......but close....

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  6. Cool dogs? Did you record that vid with your phone?

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  7. Aww. Too cute!! I love it when dogs play in the snow. :-)

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  8. Nope, we're at about 15 above, but we have 45 mph winds and snow at the moment. Dagmar just took Zoey-Dog for a walk. They both came back covered in snow and ice...

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  9. Dizzblnd: I got crushed!

    Enc: Mailing address is Westminster, but closer to Broomfield.

    Expat: Nobody gets my pooches!

    Cheer: Thanks for the compliment on Skyler and the dogs.

    Zibbs: With my still camera that has a pretty poor resolution video setting.

    Cora: Me too.

    Chris: I heard it is bad back there, hope you are doing OK.

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  10. Tag, you're it, Sky Dad! Please visit my blog for the details. Can't wait to see what you'll come up with. :-)

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  11. it's 48 here right now, but that's OK, 'cuz it's supposed to drop below freezing by nightfall. Meaning all that melted snow will turn into 4" of solid ice and then the REAL fun begins right 'bout rush hour.

    This is why the fencing industry probably makes such good $$$ out there: open the back door, let 'em run and then open it back up when they want to come in.

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  12. how does anyone stand to be outside, even the dogs??? that's crazy weather.

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  13. Anonymous10:18 AM

    I've been complaining about how cold it is - our high will be about 50 today. I guess I'd better shut up now.

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  14. I'd be happy to be out in weather like that if I were covered in thick fur, too. Lucky dogs.

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  15. That's priceless - he's totally going to jump on you, you can tell!

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