Frigid Friday

Well…we managed to make it to the first full weekend following the New Year. Don’t know about you but we received 6″ yesterday and bitter cold with our high temperature being just 9ºF. Sam is longing for summer. I’m with him. img_4187

Any special plans for the weekend beyond staying warm?

Live, love, bark!

62 thoughts on “Frigid Friday

  1. Nylabluesmum

    Mee-you Sam mee iss with you!!! Wee have 5 feet of snow here! An thee lowest temp iss -2.2 degreess…..FUREEZIN!!! Where oh where iss Spring???
    **nose bumpsss** Siddhartha Henry xxxx
    Pee S: Wee luv yur Winter header….

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  2. Momma Kat and Her Bear Cat

    Even Bear, who is Mr. I have to get outside just to prove I can, knows better every time I open the door. It has to be downright freezing for my stubborn boy to abandon his need for “civil disobedience” (civil meaning not including fangs and claws). Do the dogs get stir crazy when you have to keep them in?

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  3. alexalily

    we have snow here in DE. just a couple of inchs but still snowing.
    lily has long thick fur. on her potty break she enjoyed frisking about in the snow. trying to towel her off was difficult cause she was doing her happy dance. lol
    doing laundry, drinking hot tomato soup, and being thankful hubby has sunday and monday off.

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    1. Tails Around the Ranch Post author

      Enjoy the coziness of a weekend with comfort food and companionship. I’m looking forward to more ‘normal’ temperatures (around the freezing mark). At least the sky is clear blue and the sun is reflecting off all the snow.

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  4. dorysbackyard

    Unfortunately, it looks like a weekend of chilly heavy rain here…which has been the norm so far, so it will be football, fires and food for us!

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  5. LP

    Do Sam and Elsa like to go out and play in the cold? Wilhelmina and Duffy really like it but they do have coats for extra warmth. Tomorrow we plan to go for a nice, long run in the forest. We haven’t been there all week because when we were last there the trails were really icy and difficult to negotiate for the Mom! Have a nice weekend! Love the pic of Sam gazing out the window 🙂

    the critters in the cottage xo

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  6. sportsattitudes

    18 degrees and two inches of snow here…but we simply can’t handle the snow in Philadelphia. A long history of spotty road cleaning and bad drivers. The weather forecasters try to get audiences by scaring the heck out of everyone on top of this. I’m with you and Sam. Love the picture. Hopeful for warmer days!

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  7. Amy

    Sam certainly has the right idea. He looks so adorable looking out the window, almost blends in with the background. Here it is a balmy 32 degrees with threats (or is it promises) of snow tonight. Not much, just an inch or two. But enough to send everyone scurrying to the store to buy up all the bread, milk and water. Seriously. And schools would be closed if it weren’t Saturday. For real.

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  8. Jan K

    We enjoy the winter when there’s fresh fluffy snow on the ground and it’s at least 20 degrees out. Right now we’re barely above that, but it got into the low 40’s last week, rained, and ruined all of our fluffy snow! Now the yard is icy so ball play is limited. Oh, and we’re getting that frigid weather this weekend too, so it looks like we’ll be getting the tunnel out in the hallway again! 🙂

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    1. Tails Around the Ranch Post author

      Have a blast running up and down the hallway. It’s been waaay too cold for walkies but we may go out for a quick romp this afternoon since it’s a clear sunny day and starting to warm up in the upper 20’s. Woot!

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  9. Michael (GoldenKali.com)

    9 degrees as a high- you must mean Celsius, right?? 😬 And I’m complaining about high twenties last week. We’re supposed to get 7 to 10 inches of rain in some areas- we need it badly but there could be a lot of flooding. My Saturday chore may be to get some sandbags. Kloe is right there with Sam- she hates the rain that keeps her indoors. Stay warm and be safe if you must go out.

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  10. lapaylor

    We even got cold enough to change the constant rain to snow. And it accumulated to about a half inch. No big plans, maybe putting away the holiday decorations.

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  11. edgar62

    Any special plans for the weekend beyond staying warm? // Well, now that you mention it: staying cool would be pretty good- although having said that I hope, you, Sam the Comfort and Elsa the Ninja stay warm.

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