a bench with a view

a bench with a view

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

hard to believe

hard to believe


it has been almost six years since we moved from Montana (six years end of June)


don't miss the snow at all! But I have to say, Koda did like to frolic in it.


It truly is amazing how fast time goes!

come back Wednesday late night or Thursday; it could be interesting..........

maybe.........

you will have to be the judge.......

but I think some of your curiosity might be satisfied

that is, if you are curious.........

35 comments:

JosephAlsarraf said...

Great pictures!

I agree with Koda, I also like to frolic in the snow.

I'm always curious! : )

Caroline said...

Beautiful pics & of course I'm curious I will be back. :)

Sue H said...

I like the snow - to look out on, less so to be out in, although it was for for the kids building snowmen, and our dog trying to play 'catch' with a snowball!

Koda looks as though she's enjoying it - how did her short legs cope with snow drifts? Our dog was part-greyhound, so his long legs kept his tummy well out of the snow, like he was walking on stilts!

Shelly said...

I would love to play in the snow... I'm glad Koda enjoyed it. Some dogs built low to the ground don't have much use for it.

And yes, you have filled me with anticipation!

In Love With Sunflower said...

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Linda said...

It's may here in the UK and feels as cold as your pics :)

Jeanie said...

It is hard to believe how fast time seems to go by at times (except for 2-4 in the afternoon at work). Koda does look like he loved the snow, but I suspect he is happy anywhere if you guys are there with him.
I'll be back, because of course I am curious.

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

I get to have that snow here every winter. I wouldn't mind at all if I lived some place where we didn't get it. I am so enjoying Spring time and the warmer days. I'll be looking forward to the next set of pictures you found to share. Hope your Tuesday is a terrific one!

Betty WSch. said...

What a cliff hanger! You KNOW I'm curious!! haha I'll be there.
Koda looks like he's really loving the snow.

P.S. Thank you for your encouraging comments on my other blog Betty!

Linda B. said...

You don't miss snow even a tiny little bit? I love a couple months, like Koda, to frolic in the snow. Not a fan of temps lower than single digit though. Curious shoulda been my middle name!

Deanna said...

I'm always curious...

Who wouldn't like a frolic in the snow? Once. Then I'm done with it!

Toriz said...

I'm curious!

I like to frolic in the snow too; Kero wont play with me anymore... Hope Willow doesn't grow out of it too. But then, if she does, it's more snow for me to play with! ;)

gracies tough journey said...

Being a native San Diegan, I have never had the blessing to see my house covered in snow. We do have it in the mountains, but it crazy up there after the snow. I am seriously considering moving to Idaho when I retire. I would love to live in a area that has so much beauty. San Diego has it's moments. But, I am over it. God Bless.

Kathy ... aka Nana said...

My computer is driving me crazy. It took FOREVER for your post to load ... but it was worth the wait. Just love the photos of Koda frolicking in the snow. Our lab didn't care for the snow (let's just say that she was NOT your typical labrador retriever - at all!!), but our golden loved snow. She would make doggy snow angels in the snow. I miss that girl.

Dana said...

I'm naturally curious!

I'm not crazy about the snow, but I have to admit that I do miss it from time to time. We just don't have much of a winter here--or at least we haven't in recent years.

Tracy said...

Well, it has been almost 5 years we left Ohio for NC and my son still misses the snow...my husband and me? NO!!!! I'll be back....

Renegades said...

I am curious. I'll be back. :)

Fiona Biedermann said...

Aren't we all curious? I was moaning about our 4C temps this morning and how cold it was (for my part of the world it is) I don't think I'd like snow very much and I'm not much of a 'frolicer'

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Montana snow must be awesome. I have only been there in the warmer months. I am curious for sure!

Funny in My Mind said...

Don't like snow but the pup is adorable.
I am curious.....

Chatty Crone said...

When I first saw it I wondered if it had snowed in California. Lol
Just try and get rid of me! sandie

Rob-bear said...

Like Koda, I enjoy frolicking in the snow. When I'm not hibernating. Frolicking in the snow is such fun!

And we have lots of snow up here in Canada. Most winters.

jack69 said...

What wonderful recollections. Good shots of Koda in the snow. I love to SEE the snow. but appreciate the warmth of Florida or S Texas in the winter.
Good entry with a bait dangling!

SweetMarie said...

Wonderful photos of Koda! I think my doggies would love the snow. I'm sick of the heat since we have it eleven and half months a year. haha

notes4neta said...

I get my share of snow where we live, and yes, I'll be back to satisfy my piqued interest! :)

Bobbi said...

I am curious... Hmmm...

Hollie said...

The snow is beautiful!! We don't get much but when we do it seems magical!!

Blondee said...

Hi Betty,

My husband has struggled with OCD and depression for many years, was diagnosed as bi-polar and had a nervous breakdown last fall after many, many years of difficult fighting with his family that led to threats against our home and children. We ended up in a court battle over a restraining order and the stress was too much on him. It's been a long road to say the least. My husband was abused by his mother as a child and grew up thinking most kids had mothers who didn't want them as well. We can go months with things being good for him and him functioning, and then there are times where it's months of him in silence, not speaking at all. Very, very challening. Add in a daughter with Asperger's, the close quarters of homeschooling and it can be sad and challenging. We will get through it, though. God put us together for a reason.

I have to say the dog is adorable, the snow...not so cute. :)

Brenda Youngerman said...

hmmmm..... wonder what my dogs would do in the snow?????
Great pictures...bet no one misses shoveling it though!

mare ball said...

man, the snow is beautiful! Haven't seen snow like that since I grew up in IN. We're now in FL, and haven't really seen snow in 20+ years.

Lynn Proctor said...

of course i will be back---hey did you notice that huge orb in the last pic--super cute doggie :)

TARYTERRE said...

KODA looks precious frolicking in the snow. Moves are always hard on the animals in our lives. not to mention ourselves. But somehow we adjust. I'm going to tell you a little secret. It was the mildest winter we ever had here and I just LOVED it. Didn't miss one snowflake. LOL Take care.

Bethie said...

Love the snow. I am curious about tomorrow...

The Brown Recluse said...

I wouldn't miss the snow. I like for it to come once a year, cover everything and be beautiful, then go away.

(That was a pleasant and brave surprise...and I say a beautiful one, as well.)

Intense Guy said...

I wonder if Koda remembers the snow...

:)