Friday, March 5, 2021

Too Much Snow!

Hi friends, Ojo here! 

I never thought I would ever say this because I didn't think it was even possible... 

But last night we had Too Much Snow! The snow is deeper than my head! 


The people are saying that there are three feet of snow. Maybe even more. This doesn't make sense to me. People have two feet, Dogs have four feet. How can snow have three feet? 

Still it's a lot.

There are two problems with this much snow.

First, my person spent hours and hours moving it around with a shovel. These are hours she spent outside while I had to wait inside.

Second, because the snow is deeper than my head I cannot go anywhere in it! There is nowhere to run and nowhere to play! There wasn't even anywhere to pee and poop this morning! 

Fortunately my person made a flat area for peeing and pooping. This is important. But so is running and playing, and all I could do today was follow behind my person in her slow and boring path.

To show you our snow, my person says I can share these pictures with you. This is my friend, Car, in the snow this morning:


Car couldn't take us anywhere fun today either!


Look very closely at that picture. Do you see the snow hat on top of Car? My person says it was two feet! 


And it is still snowing! Have you ever had Too Much Snow??



11 comments:

Millie and Walter said...

Wow! That sure is a lot of snow, Ojo. We've had a lot but never that much. We hope it stops some time soon so you can get your car out from under all that snow.

Foley Monster, Pocket and River Song said...

That is way too much snow. I thought we were done with winter. I hope it melts soon and your parents don't get too tired moving around the snow.

Molly the Airedale said...

Yup - that is too much snow. If you can't romp and have fun playing in it than it's too much. We hope that you get warmer temps so that a lot of it can melt, Ojo.

Bouncing Bertie said...

Hi Ojo,
I did not think it was possible to have Too Much Snow. But now I realise that I was wrong.
I hope that Car does not stay buried for too long.
Toodle pip!
Bertie.

Sandra said...

any snow at all is to much snow for me. the answer is no, i have never seen this much snow. how boring for you to follow a path. Hope it stops soon and melts away... Poor Car is for sure very deep. I would like to SEE your snow if I could pop in for an hour or two and pop back home.. I must say you look really good in snow up to your neck in the last phoot. I kissed your face, did you feel it? hope you get a better potty place soon

Fay said...

Wow, Ojo! I agree, that is Too Much Snow. In New Hampshire, USA, we lived without a garage, and I removed a lot of snow from our cars, sometimes several times a day....but never, never this much. That's amazing! Is is out-of-character for your home to receive this much, or has it happened occasionally before?

Inger said...

That's a lot of snow, for sure. It will make a big mess when it melts, but after that you can play and run around again. Not sure when that will be though. I guess you have to be patient. Spring is coming soon though so maybe it won't be too long.

Inger said...

That's a lot of snow, for sure. It will make a big mess when it melts, but after that you can play and run around again. Not sure when that will be though. I guess you have to be patient. Spring is coming soon though so maybe it won't be too long.

C.L.W.STEP said...

Wow! That's a LOT of snow! We don't remember having that much snow in years here is WNY. We've had a pretty mild winter this year. But it's still not too late for March to throw a blizzard or two at us! Stay warm Ojo!

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

Ojo, we are like you, we didn't ever think there could be too much snow. But that truly IS a lot of snow. Maybe you could send some our way since we seem to be having some very springlike weather.

Woos - Lightning, Misty, and Timber

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

Dear cousin Ojo, that is too much snow. Fun fact Phod prefers snow swimming to find a place to poop then pooping on the flat space. Hope it melts soon.