Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Wordless Wednesday: Blue Skies & Frozen Lake







10 comments:

  1. What a lovely smooth Collie! I used to show them and my mom raised Collies for years :)

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  2. Gorgeous images! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. Teach - looks like you are feeling better! Back to normal?

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  4. I never in a million years would have guessed that lake was frozen! Only really high mountain makes freeze here so unless a lake is surrounded by snow I assume it's watery! :) Teach is looking beautiful as always. Keep taking care of that foot!

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  5. Frozen lakes always make me nervous ever since the time my guys chased a fox across one. So afraid the ice wouldn't hold, and of course, I can't follow at all!


    Thanks for the great caption over on my blog. You ROCKED it!

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  6. Teach is blocking it but there is about 6 people behind him on this lake fishing. They have been all winter, but its gotten so warm I was SHOCKED they were out there Sunday. Would scare me to death (really even when it was bitter cold and I knew it would be frozen I wouldn't dare go out there). This lake isn't that deep, but still. Down on the end where the pictures were taken you could see cracks in it. I'm also afraid Teach will get a wild hair and go out there so I'm always very careful if he is off leash to not let him.


    I worked all morning for that caption ... LOL!!!

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  7. The lake has been frozen about all winter where we had such an arctic winter. Teach is blocking it, but there was about 6 people out there fishing. And earlier in the winter I counted as many as 20+ people out there ice fishing. Honestly as warm as it got I was shocked it was still frozen.


    This was Teach's first real walk since getting hurt and he did great. Still not ready for major hiking, but getting there.

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  8. Pretty close to being back to normal. This was our first real walk since we got hurt and he did great. Still not quite 100% so not ready for real hiking, but some short on-leash walks seem to be okay.

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  9. Life with Dogs&CatsMarch 12, 2014 at 2:04 PM

    Gorgeous. Just gorgeous!

    --Woofs (and purrs) from Life with Dogs and Cats

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  10. You look so regal surveying that lake, Teach. :) Looks like it was a beautiful day!

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