Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Snow Day

Baaxter's not looking too excited about it...although I think he actually likes snow.  He stays out in it a long time and likes to eat snow off the gate rungs... 

Hershey doesn't mind the snow either as he is well, um, insulated ;-).

So is Chocula.  Snow will sit on top of the sheep's backs for days, never melting, much like on the roof of a well insulated house.

"I'm well insulated, too, which is good because my mom is still locked in the Pepperpot Cafe for breakfast and I can't go snuggle up with her."  

"That stupid Pepperpot Cafe is set up right where I always sleep.  That's MY spot."

Thelma and Burrnie

The snow ended around noon and then the sun came out.  A very pretty afternoon :-).

And a new puzzle.  Enjoy!


sophy0075 said...

How splendid it is that sheep grow fleeces so warm and insulating that the snow atop them doesn’t melt. How amazing.

How amazing that Baaxter is now such a big boy. I remember a little lamb with a white “X” on his nose.

Hank and June look so comfortable on the snowy ground. Clearly, insulation is not just a skill of sheep.

Sweet dreams for you all. Stay safe.

Dicky Bird said...

I enjoyed all the pictures!

Marilyn F. said...

Really enjoyed these pictures and your comments. Love the last picture of dogs together and sheep. Thanks.

Karen Larko said...

Baxter is so cute I just want to hug him and the dogs are just awesome!

thecrazysheeplady said...

Baaxter likes to look all grumpy and "Don't hug me stop it you are embarrassing me!" but he really does like it ;-D.

LannieK said...

Just look at all that gorgeous fleece!

Terry and Linda said...

When the snow collects on the backs of the equines and the cattle and stays we always know they are in good physical shape. Insulated, as you say.

Shirley said...

I think Hershey is becoming one of my favourites.
Oh Maisie, Queen of Snark!

Far Side of Fifty said...

Enjoy your snow, I saw some snarled traffic and icy roads your way on the National News :)


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