Izzie, I don't blame you one bit about not wanting to walk in deep snow. Even 6 inches is a bit much. Snooze well.
When I went to bed last night I'd have sworn the radio said 2 inches, when I woke this morning they were going on about 5-9 but it looks more like a foot came down here in Portland. Luckily Emmett (Golden/yellow lab mix) has good long legs so he managed the snow quite well! You'll have to meet him one day, he's a very handsome, very gentle dog.
Mimi and Wade, we were only supposed to get an inch or so, but it is at least 12. Too much for short legs. A man came and plowed the driveway and shoveled our walk, so I went out. I also walked across the street because the neighbors drive was also plowed out and wandered around a bit while SHE tried to find some sand in the garage. It was good getting outside for a bit.
Wade, I'd like to meet Emmett, but he should know I try to boss other dogs, especially those bigger than I am. I used to have a good friend named Buddy who was a Golden. We got along really well.
Well it could be worse. When I was at the Cow College (Umaine - Orono) I remember watching the 6:00 news on Channel five one night. George Hale was predicting flurries. (Come to think of it that might have been the radio, but it was George for sure!)We got over three feet of flurries. I'm not sure weather prediction has improved all that much since then!I'm glad George went back to Sportscasting, though somebody told me he has one of those blowhard talk shows now. I'm sure he must be better than most of the nitwits talking on the radio...
Oh, and Emmett doesn't mind being bossed, but he does get distracted very easily!