Saturday, February 16, 2013

Snow adventure

When the world is covered with white, what is left?


More than cold paws, I know that much. There is a whole new landscape filled with the smells of birds and small creatures, of people and other Dogs who passed this way days before.


But what is buried under all this snow?


Where do the footsteps lead?


The Ball of coldness named "snowball"... Why can I not bite that fabulous Ball and hold it in my mouth? It just vanishes in a puff of whiteness. Why does it do this? Where does it go?


Lost another one... Drat.

  

And why is the air different here, so high above the forests and beaches down below?


And why oh why...
                      can't we....


                                  ...stay in the snow forever??


10 comments:

Susie and Sidebite said...

Ok, Ok, we got it, YOUR A SNOW DOG, yep thats it, Have fun Jacobi!!!

Your Pals
Susie & Bites

Two French Bulldogs said...

How gorgeous!!
Benny & Lily

A Day In The Life Of A Goose said...

Wowwee...your scenery is just stunning Cobi!! I think that you should move to the snow area during the winter and then move down to the water area when it's warmer!! How does that sound as a compromise?! Hehehe! I think your people would be super happy too!! I swear, all you snow pups make a Cali dog want to play in the white stuff!! Have a great day!

rottrover said...

Cobi, you're certainly in your element!

Bart, ruby and Otto

Peeeees: hi Cobi! I'm Otto and I'm new and guess what!?! I'm the first Rottweiler that my people have had that FETCHES!

Molly The Wally said...

That was lovely in both words and pix. Have a super Sunday.
Best wishes Molly

Mollie said...

Oh what fun Jacobi, we only had a tiny bit of snow :( I love to play in it :) xx00xx

Mollie and Alfie

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

So GLAD that you LOVE SNOW..

Wyatt said...

You look so happy out there! Like a Wolf in the tundra! We want to be wolves...we need some tundra!

Wyatt and Stanzie

Tweedles -- that's me said...

Your definatly are born to be in the snow- for sure
love
tweedles

Kari in Alaska said...

Glad you got to enjoy some snow!

Stop on by for a visit
Kari
http://dogisgodinreverse.com