Saturday, 26 January 2013

Snow Way.

Oh my goodness, I was going to do another posting to delight you beyond any adequate adjective.  However, I'm putting that posting on hold.  I know, try to control yourself.

Instead, upon looking out the window, I noticed on Friday evening that we were experiencing one heck of a snowstorm.  Not exactly wanting to go outside in such weather, I opened the front door so Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet star and yes, the next 'Paw Minister' of Britain, could go and change the colour of the snow in the garden.

She went out the front door for about thirty seconds and proceeded to scurry back in.  "Are you out of your mind, human?  I'm staying in here where it's nice and warm.  And go fix me some food!", the adorable dog declared.

Realising that she probably would soon need to relieve herself and eventually I might end up walking on a wet patch of carpet, my son, Tristan, got Penny suitably dressed.  Even I got myself suitably dressed to go out and brave the swirling flakes of snow.
This is what we encountered on the street outside our house.
I'd struggled to take a photo that wasn't blurry.  Not easy trying to take a photo while a Jack Russell is tugging at her lead.  So very near the house, I let her off the lead.  She doesn't exactly seem thrilled with being outside.  I'm assuming it's still an issue with the snow.  Or perhaps she has observed the pesky 'puparazzi' ready to hound her.  Such is the life of a famous dog.  
I managed to get one more scene of such a cold, snowy night.  The car in the foreground is mine.  Yes, of course, my Aston Martin, Rapide S, is getting serviced.  I looked around and where was Penny?
Tiny pawed track marks left clues on my snowed over pathway.  And there she was, at the top of the stairs, "Tristan, let me in!  Your dad is crazy!"  

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  1. It's snowing here too though I don't think as much. Penny needs a Sherlock Holmes cap to go with that sweater.

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    1. Hi PT,

      Ah yes, I suppose you are fairly used to snow. Indeed, with the hat she could be 'Sherlock Hound' :)

      Have a good weekend and stay warm.

      Gary

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  2. Poor little girl.....but so fashionably dressed. We have snow here as well on a Friday evening. Out on the 401 we have a 50 car pile up thanks to the seasonal weather. Let the dog in Gary and put another log on the fire.

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    1. Hi Delores,

      Usually, she loves the snow. But tonight it was particularly bad. And I know you've been getting snow. I hope the 50 car pile up wasn't too serious. Penny is in, safe and warm. The fire is flickering and the hot chocolate is soothing.

      Have a safe, cosy weekend.

      Gary

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  3. Aww, I'm guessing you folks don't get snow much, do you? Penny looks quite fetching in her winter tweed. She's pretty smart, too. The best place to be in weather like this is inside, preferably in front of a roaring fire snuggled up with somedog you love. :)

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    1. Hi Leslie,

      Not that much snow, usually. However, over the last couple of weeks in Britain, it's been quite the snowy scene. Yes, even a few flakes of snow and the whole country grinds to a halt. Penny will be delighted you think she looks fetching in her Sherlock type tweed :) Usually, she really does like to be out in the snow. However, this evening it was so bad, she thought, to heck with this! :)

      Now she is all warm and cosy snuggled up on a blanket. And I wish we had a real fire. Oh well, time for some hot chocolate.

      Have a nice weekend and stay warm, Leslie.

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  4. I can't believe you would force Miss Penny to go out in that horrible cold snow just to piddle. Honestly, she is a star and soon to be Paw Minister. She should have an indoor toilet area.

    I must protest her treatment.

    (Is that what I was supposed to say Penny?)

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    1. Hi Bert and Vickie,

      You know I would never force her out. The door was left wide open and she went to the bottom of the stairs, quickly checked out the scene and scurried back up the stairs, back into a nice, warm home.

      Indeed, an indoor doggy toilet for the next 'Paw Minister' of Britain. What was I thinking?

      And Penny will most assuredly, agree with you! :)

      You stay warm and have a little more fun in the snow.

      Gary

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  5. Who likes putting on the dog when your extremities are screaming. Is Penny wearing her own plaid. (Forgive me, I keep forgetting if Penny is M or F) Having one's own plaid is great for decision making and Paw Minister will have a passel of decisions to make.
    Button up your overcoat.

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    1. Hi Manzanita,

      I know my extremities were screaming that being outside was not the best plan. Which made me realise why she was not exactly enthusiastic about being out there. Penny, the next Paw Minister of Britain, will be wearing her plaid coat when she is officially sworn in as Paw Minister.

      Button up your overcoat. Take good care of yourself....

      Gary :)

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  6. Hey Snow Man!!! Love the pictures and wish it was snowing here in Victoria. I love how the light flickers on the snow flakes in your photos. Very cool!!! And Penny's celebrity coat is a keeper!!! All the dogs are jealous now!!!
    Wishing you some fun in your winter wonderland.
    Suzanne

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    1. Hi Suzanne Bean,

      Oh no, no snow. And yes, I'm a snow man and I wont mention anything about the location of the carrot :) Yes, I hurriedly managed to take those photos. Those flakes are almost as flaky as me! Only the finest of coats for the diva dog.

      Hope you get some snow in Victoria. Then you can go make some snow angels.

      Gary :)

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  7. Hi Gary,
    Good job you caught the snow on camera when you did, as it is supposed to be getting warmer over the weekend and a big thaw is due (apparently), so now we can look forward to some flooding! Penny looks great in her little jacket, but it must have been very chilly for her. If she were male, it probably would have given snow balls a new meaning!
    Very Best Wishes, Gare, you hirsute '60s throwback, you,
    David.

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    1. Hi David,

      And a good job you also managed to get a picture of the snow to display on your blog. The thaw is already happening. My canoe is at the ready. She usually is just fine in the snow. As you know, Friday night was really bad. Yes, I know what's the difference between snowman and snowwoman? Snow balls...

      Thank you, David. And go have a shave, you scruffy beast!

      Gary :)

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  8. Ha ha - change the colour of the snow :-) Penny looks seriously cute in her coat. We've just got rain in the east today I'm glad to say :-) x

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    1. Hi Teresa,

      "Watch out where the huskies go and don't ya eat no y****w snow.." She is cute, seriously.

      And now we are getting the rain.

      Stay warm, Teresa.

      Gary :) x

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  9. Hello Gary:
    Some snow!! At least, even if Penny is less than keen, you are experiencing a proper winter.

    'Great paws of snow', is probably the best we can do!!!

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    1. Hi Jane and Lance,

      Some snow and snow some more. Penny is usually very keen to go out in the snow. Friday night was a very different situation.

      Go with the flow and see those great paws of snow.....

      Thank you, Jane and Lance.

      Gary :)

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  10. We had extremely heavy rain last night, today however though cold the sin is shinning.....a rare occurrance I know. I don't venture out in the extreme cold as it plays havoc with my shoulder pains.

    Have a lovely week-end both you and Penny,
    Yvonne.

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    1. Hi Yvonne,

      Ah yes, Saturday was a better day. I've heard a rumour that the sun will shine on the melting remnants of the snow.

      Do stay warm, dry and cosy, Yvonne. Thank you.

      Gary :)

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  11. Never mind a coat, poor Penny needs little wellie boots - then she'd be frolicking.

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    1. Hi Annalisa,

      Usually the little dog doth frolic in the snow. Sadly, her wellies were wet and her skis have been misplaced :)

      Have a peaceful weekend, Annalisa.

      Gary :)

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  12. HI Gary - blogger got blocked out in the snow too and refused my comment ... or the Eastbourne connection went down ... so now I'm back to give it another go.

    I see you're into chocolate and marshmallows in this freezing weather .. does Penny have said drink too - or is she more discerning regarding her waist line?

    I'm delighted everyone decided to be wise and coat up to leak outside in Leek .. and now you need to be concerned about the leaking thaw ...

    The weather sounds monstrous up north ... and very wet and floody in Wales ... keep safe & wet & dry & puddle free .... cheers Hilary

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    1. Well the brain's gone - as we've got some sun ... I meant safe & warm & dry and puddle free .... where the wet came from I've no idea - oh I know - I need a drink!! Cup of coffee probably ..

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    2. Hi Hilary,

      I appreciate your determination to leave a comment. And success, finally!

      Indeed, a big mug of Belgian hot chocolate along with marshmallows. Penny prefers a glass of Sherry. I'm kidding, Penny's tipple is fresh, cold bottled water.

      Penny and I were the only ones outside on the street in Leek where a certain dog had a leak. And the thaw has begun, drip, drip, drip...

      Hey, no worries, I got an extra comment from you. The weather is not nearly so bad 'oop' North. Safe and warm and dry and 'poodle' free! :)

      Have a nice cup of coffee, Hilary.

      Gary :)

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  13. Aw the coat is sweet. We had one for Lardy but she's living up to her name and can't fit in it. Heheh. Lovely pics again, people don't tend to take photographs at night in the snow, so these are a welcome change. We still have none, whilst the rest of the country seems besieged. x

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    1. Hi All Consuming,

      Yes, it's a cute coat and she seems to look even smaller when wearing it. I guess forwarding the coat onto Lardy wouldn't be a very good idea! :) I felt a little bit crazy, okay, a lot crazy standing out in the middle of the street flashing. Flashing as in the camera flash, before your mind drifts like the snow :) Glad you liked the photos, it wasn't easy to take them. Looks like you may have missed out. Sorry, I guess.

      Have a peaceful, positive weekend, my friend.

      Gary
      x

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  14. Don`t blame her at all for not wanting to stay out in that yucky white stuff, it is piled up here too. The cat stays in where it is nice and warm, maybe I should drop by and teach her how to use a litterbox haha

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    1. Ah Pat Hatt,

      I don't blame her for not wanting to stay out in a snowstorm. What was I thinking. While you're at it, perhaps you could teach the cats around here how to actually use a litterbox instead of having a dump in my garden. haha!

      And with that, Pat Hatt, it's time to scat and chase the cat...

      Gary :)

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  15. I want some snow!!! I'm jealous Gary. Bottle some of that stuff up and ship it across the pond!!!

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    1. Hi Keith,

      You want snow? No problem, a truckload of somewhat discoloured bottled snow, is heading to your home! :)

      Gary :)

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  16. She looks sharp in her outfit. Perhaps some snowshoes or tiny boots might help her feet?
    We had freezing rain here.

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    1. Hi Alex,

      Everybody's crazy about a sharp-dressed dog! Lost the snowshoes and we have misplaced her skis. And tiny boots we do not have. Some hush puppies, perhaps...

      A bit of sleet aint so neat...what the 'hail' am I talking about....

      Gary :)

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  17. I LOVED the snow when I lived in the country! Mom and dad had a fenced yard and I could 'snow plow' all I wanted!

    Of course, yer a gurl and too feminin to enjoy snow plowing and gettin ice on those lovely long lashes you have, around those exquisite eys...and that lovely ankle you're holding up at your door, and......

    'scuze me. I gotta go do something awful to one of my stuffed toys now.

    Beau

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    1. Howdy Beau,

      I reckoned y'all would be one heck of a great snow plough, or in your language, "snow plow". Penny usually does the old nose to the snow routine. Not last night, however. So there you go, she does like to plough in the snow.

      Yes, Beau, Penny is a babe. One bat of her long lashes will make you swoon to a loving tune. She hopes y'all truly admired her posing in front of the door.

      Coincidentally, Penny is demolishing what's lefts of Tails the Fox.

      Take care of your humans, Beau.

      Gary :)

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  18. Penny looks adorable in her little coat!

    We had two indoor cats, Calvin & Hobbes, and we'd let them out into our tiny backyard in Albuquerque, NM. When there was snow, Calvin was like Penny - not a chance I'm going out in that! Oddly enough, Hobbes loved it and would roll in the snow and pick it up with her paws to eat it. (No, we never have the luxury of normal pets.)

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    1. Hi L. Diane Wolfe,

      Thanks and she thanks you also.

      Two very different cats. Usually, Penny wouldn't be like Calvin, but very much like Hobbes. Most strange for Penny not to want a play in the snow. Yes, the weather was so bad, she decided I was an idiot to even contemplate going out there. Normal furry friends would be an interesting thought :)

      Have a great weekend.

      Gary

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  19. Love your winter outfit, Penny. Most fetching, but I feel some matching boots and neckerchief would be in order! :)

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    1. Hi Wendy,

      Penny is most delighted. Yes, she agrees with you, matching boots, a neckerchief and a matching handbag! :)

      Thank you, Wendy. Have a lovely Sunday.

      Gary :)

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  20. No snow here thank god
    My hens are freezing their asses off

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    1. Hi John Gray,

      And now, no snow here, either.
      My friends in Cardigan, Wales have three chickens. Must phone them and ask if their eggs are frozen. The chicken's eggs, in case you're wondering....

      Enjoy the rest of the weekend and stay warm!

      Gary :)

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  21. While snow is lovely in an abstract way, Penny seemed to have had enough of it. Sure is a nice doggie coat.

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    1. Hi Susan Kane,

      And abstract is the way I would like the snow to stay. Penny really wasn't having it that night. Two days later, the snow's almost gone. The doggy coat brings out the colour in her eyes :)

      Enjoy your Sunday.

      Gary

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  22. Your pup is adorable, Gary! Love these shots...as per our winter here in Toronto, it has been mild...except for last week. It was frigid. Terribly cold. Hated it.
    Take care!
    Angie

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    1. Hi Angie,

      Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar, thanks you for thinking she's adorable. The weather sure can be changeable, what with varying winds off the lake. My brother and his girlfriend were getting a bit envious of the snow they had been getting back in Vancouver.

      Thank you Angie. Take care, eh. Sorry, couldn't resist :)

      Gary :)

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  23. Perfect Penny!! Unfortunately the life of an A-list celeb means you get papped (pawped?!) whenever you go out sporting a new snazzy look whatever the weather! Awwwww you do look lovely with your jacket!!

    Now (Sunday) it's all raining! Take care
    x

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    1. Hi Old Kitty,

      Yep, pawfect Penny!! :) Of course, you would never get her on one of those 'reality' shows. Her career is just fine, thank you. Penny thanks you for thinking she looks lovely in her jacket :)

      Now the snow is almost gone. Cheers, Old Kitty.

      Gary
      x

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  24. I love that in your neck of the woods snow is "unique" to us? Just a normal day in "paradise" :) Our Sheltie, Dakota...doesn't love it at all!

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    1. Hi Caren,

      Wonder why we use that expression "neck of the woods". What next, 'elbow of the forest'? Dakota would not have been pleased then with the snowstorm we had on Friday night.

      Have a lovely Sunday.

      Gary :)

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  25. Hi Gary. I had to laugh last week when the BBC gave out a Yellow Snow warning.
    Of course, they meant on the green-to-red scale of warnings but at first I thought, well you know what.....
    Click here for Bazza’s Blog ‘To Discover Ice’

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    1. Hi bazza,

      How funny of the BBC. Which reminds me, there's an 'amber warning' of snow in my garden. Wonder how that happened....

      Ah, your mind, bazza!

      Gary :)

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  26. Oh, Penny, aren't you the smart one?! And yes, your dad definitely is a bit off his rocker.
    Beautiful wintry scene, though, and great shots - okay, a hat-tip to the human.
    Keep toasty warm, my friend!
    CindyLu xx

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    1. Hi CindyLu,

      It's that human, Gary, yes the human Penny so kindly allows to live with her :) Penny certainly agrees with you that she is smart. And she absolutely concurs that I'm off my rocker, off the sofa, out the door and making mud angels now that the snow has gone...Hey thanks for liking the photos! Thanks to Penny for letting me stay out there for about five minutes.

      I will stay warm and could you tell Kim I'm having a mug of Belgian hot chocolate with extra marshmallows! :)

      Thank you, CindyLu and you stay warm!

      Gary, the alleged human! :)

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  27. How very fitting that Penny is wearing tweed. She looks oh so veddy British. But not especially happy to be out in that snow. Years ago, I had a very small dog who did not like the snow at all, and where we lived in Maryland, we got quite a bit of it every year. So, I had to shovel a path to a cleared "potty patch" in the yard for her highness so she didn't have to step her dainty little feet in the snow. (No Paw Minister, but she did think she was a queen.)

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    1. Hi Susan Flett Swiderski,

      Indeed, indeed, a bit of tweed for such a refined British dog. Usually, she really loves to be out in the snow. Even she realised that going out in a snowstorm was not a great idea. Wow, your little dog in Maryland, certainly knew she was boss. Bless her for only expecting the most comfortable of outside facilities :) A diva dog, me thinks. Yes, the next 'Paw Minister' of Britain has to be cautious. She sure told me who was boss! :)

      Have a peaceful Sunday.

      Gary

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  28. OMG, who is Penny's the Jack Russell dog and modest internet star and yes, the next 'Paw Minister' of Britain, haberdasher'er? She looks marvelous, marvelous as in Latino-accent "marvelous". You know what I mean? Eh? There's simple English-marvelous, and then there's awesome Latin-marvelous! And Penny's definitely the awesome Latin-marvelous type.

    Don't you agree?

    I'm late cuz I'm writ'in!

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    1. Hi Joylene,

      It would be Fred Asher the haberdasher. I met Fred Asher at some televised wrestling show for BCTV in Burnaby. He said "hello". And I said, "hello". If he's still alive, I would get him to be her official haberdasher.

      In English, English, for authenticity, she looks, "marvellous". Thanks and now I've got a Ricky Martin song tormenting my mind! Always wondered why they call it "Latin America". I've been to Belize and I didn't hear anybody speak Latin.....

      I always agree with you, Joylene.

      Happy writin' eh, cuz you is da bestest n'stuff....

      Gary

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  29. Dear klahanie,
    I wanted to thank you for the comment you left on my 'These are Troubling Times' post. I am so glad you took the time to read my story, and took even MORE time to reply. It meant quite a lot to me. You are very thoughtful and generous with your words. It is strange to see encouaging and nice words rather than words that sting my heart like a paper cut. So, of course I had to read your comment multiple times to be sure I was reading it right. Thank you for the words you have shared with me.
    ~<3 Meadow <3~

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    1. Dear Meadow,

      My young friend, I felt compelled to respond to your painful, transparent and heartfelt posting. I truly want you know that you are special, unique and nobody, but nobody has the right to devalue your humanity.

      Never feel alone and think you have to suffer in silence, Meadow. There are people out there who will encourage you, support you and cheer you on. You have much to share with this world. Rejoice in your individuality, your inner strength and never let negativity overwhelm you. You have the right to a peaceful, positive life. We all have choices and you will stand tall and proud and know you are very special.
      Your writing is a gift and your talent shines through. Reinforce positive affirmations that you are a kind, caring, compassionate young lady.

      With respect, hope and good wishes, your way,

      Gary :)

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  30. Adorable! and I agree a cap with that sweater, she deserves that, and maybe some boots. Cold tootsies are no fun.

    Lovely blog, thanks for sharing!

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    1. Hi Yolanda,

      Ah yes, an appropriate cap that would make her look like 'Sherlock Hound' :) Some dog in boots to keep her little paws warm. Shall work on that.

      Thank you for thinking this is a lovely blog :)

      Have a peaceful day,

      Gary

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    1. Hi Jeff,

      Such is the life of a famous internet dog and soon to be 'pawlitician'! :)

      All the best with your writing endeavours, Jeff.

      Gary

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  32. awwwww~ suuuuuch a cute puppppppy~

    -liv
    http://chocolivlovelaugh.blogspot.kr

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    1. Hi Liv,

      Although I should not reveal the diva dog's age, the puppy is twelve years old. Oops, sorry Penny :)

      Take care, Liv.

      Gary

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  33. Wow, my scarf is the same plaid as her cloak. She might like little boots. I love snow, Gary... love the photos. And now, waiting on the next 'great' post you mentioned....in the wings. :))

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    1. Hi Dixie,

      Wow, Penny would love your scarf! :) Yes, must get two pairs of boots for her lil' ol' paws. I know how much you love the snow. I'm glad you loved the photos, Dixie. Thank you.

      My um next "great" post is hanging around in my drafts. Ooh..that sounded kinda' rude LOL

      Peace be with you, my friend.

      Gary

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  34. Not only is Penny extremely smart, but she's quite a snappy dresser! I like Yolanda's idea of giving her doggie booties! Julie

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    1. Hi Julie,

      She's a snappy dresser, for sure. Luckily, she doesn't snap herself. Okay, she did playfully snap at my heels, once. Okay, several times...It seems to be my duty to give that dog a doggy booty or four! :) Thank you, Julie.

      Gary

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  35. I love her little coat!! :-)

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    1. Hi Kate,

      Doesn't she look adorable in her 'Sherlock Hound' coat :)

      Thank you, Kate.

      Gary

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  36. I'm so so glad we haven't had snow...yet. Don't jinx me gary! Let me say you either penny, I've covered all grounds now....although penny may have covered more with lemon flavored snow. I love snow, just not on the roads. Make me a snowman and post it! ill return for the many adjectives that are good ...

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    1. Hi Tammy,

      Wonder what those white drops are falling outside your window? Oh, okay, no worries, just a flock of seagulls being seagulls....I wouldn't know if the snow is lemon flavoured. I love snow and sadly, it fell on the roads, also. I shall post you a great big snowman, complete with a carrot, for its nose, before you ask! :)

      Thank you, Tammy. I reckon you might have your very own Broadway Show!

      Your in awe fan,

      Gary....

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  37. Penny is smarter one on this night, but you are the braver! Though it is very pretty, I detest the snow. I can't stand it when it's that cold and my little Beemer doesn't drive in the snow at all. So I get stuck inside for days. Luckily, no snow in Seattle this year. YAY!

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    1. Hi Nancy,

      Penny is smarter than me at all times. I'm grateful she allows me to live with her! Pretty to look at, lousy to drive in. Doesn't your helicopter get you out and about on any snowy days?

      Tomorrow's forecast for Seattle is, 'Snow, snow, followed by more snow and then melting really fast causing muck all over the streets of Seattle and making the vehicles real dirty :)

      Thank you, Nancy.

      Gary

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  38. Hi Y'all!

    Penny, you do look so stylish in your winter coat! Wow! So happy the haven't had to go back to the mountains this winter! Especially after seeing all your snow!

    Y'all stay warm now!
    Hawk aka BrownDog

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    1. Howdy Hawk,

      Yes indeed, the dog with two names! :) My human, Gary, asked me to reply to y'all. Thanking you for liking my stylish winter coat. We had loads of snow and now it's all gone and almost warm. Almost.

      Y'all stay warm and y'all come back now, ya hear! :) Thank you, Hawk.

      Pawsitive wishes and doggy kisses, Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar and yes, the next 'Paw Minister' of Britain! xx

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  39. Penny scores high marks with her fashions sense. She could be a model Dogtastic magazine. Great pics, btw, of your snowy local scenery.

    We're going to get hit with a sizable batch of snow again, tomorrow. Close to three inches, so it was forcasted. I was kinda hoping that the first onslaught of snow we got, last month, would be the last. It stayed on the streets and ground for weeks without melting. Like I say... snow is for children and skiers. For normal adults trying to get somewhere, on a snow or ice covered road, it sucks snowballs.

    But when I was a kid, I would build igloos with it and hold secret religious cult meetings inside. Sshhhh. Don't tell.

    I sure hope Penny didn't turn into a pupcycle while she was out in the cold for awhile. LOL. Take care, Gary.

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  40. Hi human Kelly,

    Gary is having a bit of a snooze. "Stop snoring, Gary!" Anyway, cause I'm here to reply, let's begin. My fashion sense is the envy of any dog that wants to look like 'Sherlock Hound'! I'm going to be in the next edition of, 'Dog House' magazine. I'm the centrefold. Think I'd better move swiftly on and yep, that Gary can take some interesting photos..

    I hope that snow hasn't been too bad. Gary told me you were waiting for your good lady to come home and have a real nice meal. Snow was for me in my snow ploughing days. For you sort of normal adults, I know the snow can be a real pain in the ice.

    Why am I not surprised that you had secret religious cult meetings inside your igloo. Your secret's safe!?

    I almost became a pupsicle and we don't even have pupsicles in lil' ol' England.

    Thank you, human.

    Pawsitive wishes, Penny the Jack Russell dog and modest internet superstar! Soon to be the next 'Paw Minister' of Britain!! :)

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I do try to comment back to each commenter individually. However, I might have to shorten my replies or give a group thank you. That way, I can spend more time commenting on your blogs. Thank you and peace, my friend.