|Jumping the "tree protection area" fence|
Those of you in colder areas like Minnesota might laugh at us here, but the fact is, we just aren't used to it. Yes, I have boots I can wear in the snow- but they give me blisters if I got for long walks in them. Yes, the dogs have coats- but they don't have booties that stay on, and their poor feetsies get cold quickly. As for the ice, it isn't just that walking on ice means we might slip, it is that the cars driving by are on ice as well, and I am afraid they might lose control, leave the road, and hit us- and we won't be able to get out of the way quickly.
So, while we have been making an effort to stay active and get our exercise in (and enjoy the snow while it is here), we are looking forward to it thawing out and our normal winter weather of endless rain coming back. Rain we can deal with, rain we can walk in.
|Prick eared bouncing|