Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

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Beautiful, chilly day in the Northwoods.

I had a chance to snap a few photos (see left column) of a few of the pups this morning. It was a wicked 23°F when I opened the door of the south-facing puppy room and out they went into the cold, sun-filled morning. They had a blast! I, however, did not enjoy the cold this morning as much as I usually do. I guess I haven’t acclimated to it, yet (and didn’t have a hat on). I was hoping for snow as they received further north, but we didn’t get any at all.

It is to be warm at the end of the week and I am hoping I can get a few pups out at a time so they can start exploring the big yard! I’ll get lots of photos and maybe some video then.