Saturday, February 6, 2010

A Little Bit of Snow!

We had quite the snowstorm last evening, dumping more than 20" of the white stuff on us overnight!

The first thing we had to do at 5:30 this morning was shovel the yard so the girls could go! It's hard to tell from these photos, but the snow is higher than Tess and Jazz! Tess is 22" at the withers, and if she jumps in the snow, all that shows is her head!

Here's Tess and Jazz trying to dig an escape tunnel. The snow is so high that it's like a natural dog fence!

Tess is sure the yard is under there somewhere.

Agility, anyone? The blue poles sticking out of the snow are our jump standards. The bar set at the 20" jump height is not even visible! You can also notice how much of the dog walk is buried. Something tells me that the girls won't be running this course any time soon!


  1. OH. MY. That is a LOT of snow!!! Hope you girls stay warm and don't freeze your spots off! :)

  2. Maisie got stuck in it!!! BOL!
    your pal, Morgan

  3. When I saw "A Little Bit..." I was confused. You got me! :)

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