SW Colorado Winter 2008
The last few days this week, after the SW Colorado snow storms of last week, have been sunny with temperatures hanging in the 40's during the day and dipping down into the single digits in the evening.
Notice the snow path NW Okie shoveled for this poor pug, Duchess. That's me in front with Sadie (black pug) behind me -- facing the other direction!
I am very picky about going out in the snow, rain and stuff of that sorts. I hate getting my paws in all that wintery, wet, cold stuff!
NOW ... Sadie is another story ... She justs flips, romps around in a circle until she mats down a spot to take care of her outdoor business. She really gets energized with that winter mix of snow and tries to eat it.
Me ... I might just patiently linger on the porch while you scoop a place for me to walk so I do not sink in past my squat, little duchess ankles. LOL ...
That path, measured by standing next to it, came almost up to NW Okie's knees. We received more snow last Sunday and afterwards did some scrapping of snow off our roofs like many others were doing around this neck of the woods.
Even the horses were feeling energized after the temperatures reached the sunny, warmer degrees. They were spotted running, galloping out in the pasture one sunny afternoon.
Does any Northwest Oklahoman's out there remember "Old Grimes Road," northwest of Alva, Oklahoma, and the early day auto races held out there? Lohrding Harvesting? If so... we would love to hear, share your stories in The OkieLegacy Ezine. Thanks for the memories!
View/Write Comments (count 0)
updates (0 subscribers) |
Create Your Badge