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Winter wonderland

Posted by laurie on December 28, 2010

After Phillip snowblowed (that a word?) the driveway, he made trails in the yard for the boys. I’m pretty sure we got less than a foot and that shouldn’t have deterred Stanley from turning on his four-wheel drive, but for some reason he was reluctant to go off-trail.

Even with his rotors on.

Sherman was reluctant to go off-couch. Too busy reading.

9 Responses to “Winter wonderland”

  1. K. Spivey said

    Is there anything more beautiful than a beagle in the snow?

  2. Nancy in AZ said

    What a love bunny Sherman is!

  3. Cathy, Gomez & Lily said

    I love the little bit of contented tongue showing. (On Sherman.)

  4. Sue said

    🙂

  5. Angela said

    Love these pictures! Stanley really does look like a little snowblower, his front paws whipping that snow around! And sweet little Sherman looks so content, nestled in the warmth and coziness with his papa on a cold, winter’s day. 🙂

  6. Carol said

    Beautiful pictures. All three depict our 6 month old Eddy (beagle mix we adopted a week ago). First he looks, then he goes crazy and then he’s ready to snuggle for a few hours.
    Laurie, what kind of camera do you use?

  7. Sue, Barney & Jodi's Mom said

    I would love to see our Beagles in the snow. Wonder what they would do. Guess I won’t find out here in Houston,TX 🙂

  8. gitty said

    Great pictures!

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