Yesterday I told you about my search for my bones in the yard that was covered in snow. And how my MOM wanted me to wear that Buzzard Hat to keep my head and ears warm. Well here is the rest of the story.
"You want me to wear this buzzard hat, on my head, outside for all to see?"
"I think it would keep your ears warm."
"Buzzards are for eating, not wearing."
The Buzzard try to fly away.
Yummm, taste like chicken.
Picked clean. Hehehhe
No, no I will not wear the buzzard hat.
Friends it is still snowing here in my corner of the world.
Come on outside with me and let me show you.
Welcome to my front yard. The snow is up to my shoulder now.
Let me blaze a trail for my vertically challenged friends.
I think the town should hire me to clear paths. I am getting pretty good at it. MOM took a yard stick outside to measure, but we lost the yard stick. hahaha And Bert to answer your question yesterday, no. No my underneath parts don't get cold. OK maybe a little. This is where I could have used the buzzard hat. Bawhhaha
This is the fence between me and my neighbor. I could just step over the fence now into his yard and play with his Dachshund, Ben. I have not seen Ben since all this snow started a few days ago. I hope he is safe and warm inside.
Welcome to my backyard. Look ZIM I have started a fort. How about you and Dave come on over. I bet with your help we could make the coolest fort ever!
I showed you a photo like this yesterday. I just wanted to show you that today the snow is now higher up on the house, it's almost up to the window. Not sure where MOM will put the snow tomorrow. I just might get that igloo house after all.
Special Note: If you don't hear from me for a few days don't worry. My MOM has to do a "Point in Time" count at the homeless shelter for the next couple of days. It's a national thing, I am sure the shelters in your areas will be doing the same thing (in the States). First day will be at the shelter and then the next day she will be roaming the city looking for homeless people who don't come to a shelter. I think I get to come along with her, you know to keep her company and safe and maybe blaze a trail through the snow to find people. Keep warm my friends.