Saturday, 28 January 2012

Snow Day....

Elsie doesn't like the cold or rain but she seems to really love snow! We used to give her ice cubes to chomp on in the summer when she was teething so maybe that is why she likes it so much!

We took her up to Longshaw today and made the most of the snow before it started to melt in the sunshine....









Have you had any snow where you are? We rarely get any in the city but only need to drive 10 minutes to find plenty of the white stuff on the hills when it is cold!

9 comments:

  1. I can see it on the hills from where I live, but it seemed to stop at Grenoside. You can always be sure of some at Longshaw - the coldest place in the world! I am joining Pete Mckee's plan to have a picnic protest in aid of the museums. I refuse to stand by and let the government ruin the future for our lovely city. x

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  2. we had the snow on Friday which meant a great walk yesterday....just grey and dull today though.
    What beautiful photos of your walk.
    xxx

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  3. Hi Rebecca!
    Beautiful pictures! I don't know if you got my email last week, but I got your package and loved everything.Thank you so much!! I am just about to post about it on my blog. Here it snowed this morning, but just very tiny flurries.
    Wishing you a wonderful week.
    xx

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  4. This is so adorable, oh look at your puggie with a little coat on. So gorgeous!!
    dp
    x

    www.inanityandthegirl.blogspot.com

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  5. Aww she is too cute. No snow here, but I have just got back from a snowboarding holiday. So I've kinda had my fill :) xx

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  6. Good luck with the Art Fund petition
    Paul
    Tubapaint.blogspot.com

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  7. We love the red coat. She looks happy and proud to be wearing it. :)

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  8. Oh, Elsie is so cute! Give her a kiss from me! You are gorgeous and your hubby is an handsome fellow! What a happy family! You live in a very beautiful place! Thank you for sharing it! xo~ Paula

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