Monday, November 14, 2011



Also: North Pole family rescues rats. Pretty sweet, eh?

Okay, I'm really beat. On Friday night, I did a second run to enjoy the full moon. Saturday and Sunday morning, the girls and I skijored about 5 miles. Saturday night, another run. Sunday afternoon, a mushing loop--V's dogs' first time out this year. I'm beat! However, the dogs are *very* happy. :)

Also, also: my run this morning, my shirt came untucked, and my belly went numb. Aaaaaaiiyouch!

Here are photos of the beasties...

Miss Millie B. Doofus, Supreme Ruler of the People's Independent Republic of Bunnistan, sez: "Gimme that apple!"

The girls: "Who's at the door?"


Alaskan Dave Down Under said...

-40 in the low areas... I promise that I won't tell you that it'll be +90 in the shade today. Nope, not tellin'!

Arvay said...

That sounds absolutely dreadful. :)

flying fish said...

2 feet of snow in 2 days in the warm part of the state, and the temps are going down, the snow will stay! I miss my old doggie, but she would have been trudging in the fluff. Happy Winter!

mdr said...

Rena knows how guys feel :-)

Rena said...

Look at those winter coats! Autumn looks kind of chubby in that photo in your kitchen, but I think it's just all that fur.
The bunn looks just as fluffy and beautiful and healthy as ever - do older bunnies look different than younger bunnies? I know with dogs, they tend to get kind of white around the muzzle, but I don't know how you'd tell with Millie.
And Mudder, guys are easy. Us girls are hard to interpret!

Debs said...

More rats please!

Alaskan Dave Down Under said...

I'm glad you have lots of firewood, I just heard it'll be -55 around Badger road tonight. Seems a bit early for those temps.