The forest was absolutely gorgeous. Very few people had been there that day so the snow was sparkling in the sun. Doesn't it look like a painting? No fancy editing - this is the real deal.
The dogs had an awesome time chasing each other all over the place. Chloe even took a header when she tripped over a log that was buried in the snow. Poor girl. But she was right back up and off again.
This is the pond where we throw balls to Chloe in the summer. We throw the ball, she flings herself into the water and swims to fetch it. Then waits for us to throw again. She didn't care if it was cold though - she saw a chunk of ice in the water and thought it was a tennis ball. We had to hurry to keep her from going for it.
"Throw the ball already!"
In the forest itself, the snow was deep. Did I mention I was carrying all of the branches we gathered? Workout? Check.
I love snowy noses so much.
This looks like, "I can't feel my feet. Do I still have feet?"
After our walk, we drove down the road that edges the forest and looked at the houses. Just to give you a reference, these places sell for over $1 million each. Out of our price range a bit. But it's nice to dream.
Do you see what I see?
(Not a real moose. It's a statue.)
Such a beautiful day!