Saturday, 8 February 2014

Good Watching Day

Today is a very sunny day although there is lots of snow outside.  This made for lots of activity around here.  Here is a picture taken from my front door.  Look at all the snow!



I have two good look out spots.  The first is from my patio doors in the kitchen.  From there I can see my backyard and the neighbours.  This made for good entertainment watching the dog behind me and the next door neighbours shovelling.  My second lookout point is at the front of the house from my
sofa in the living room.  I get a real good view there from the big bay window.  Today there was lots of cars, snow clearing equipment, pups going on walks and peepoles going in and out of the houses.  This was a good watching day.  Here is a picture of my sofa lookout:


8 comments:

  1. That is great that ya have 2 lookout posts.
    That is a ton of snow too. Wow!

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    1. Yep, we have lots of snow. It started snowing around the middle of December and hasn't quit. A day without shoveling snow is a big treat.

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  2. Jelly, what a wonnerful new house you got! Do you like paying in all that snow stuff?

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    1. I don't like plowing through snow. I am only 10 inches tall so it doesn't take much for the snow to be too deep. I like being outside on sunny days sniffing around where Mommy has shoveled. Since I am only 8 lbs I quite often can walk on top of the snow. Mommy doesn't like it when I do a poopy on a tall snow bank that she can't get to. BOL!

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  3. Yikes!! Dat's a lotta snow!! I'm ready for Spring.. .I don't like dis cold stuff... less walkies fur me, ya know?

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  4. Yu hab sum gwate wookout spots, Jelly! Yu can ged WEAL cwose tu da ackshun!

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  5. A day with out snow is like a day without work, BOL!
    We got more of that white stuff here today, again, Grrr.

    You have good watching spots!
    We have a big picture window in the dining room and its low enough so I can just sit there and snoopervise the outdoors...and run out to bark when I sees something barkable.

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