Thursday, February 18, 2010

February 18, 2010

More Fun in the Snow!

I only pretend like I'm paying attention! It's very easy to do. It's all in the eyes!

I find that if your tongue and tail go in the same direction,
it makes the picture look more symmetrical.

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Not the best video, but for some reason the tall guy thinks it's important
NOT to fall down when he's in the snow. I keep telling him we can win
$100000 on America's Funniest Home Videos,
but he is rather unreceptive to that idea!

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This is snow.
Really!
It just happens to be snow that is going on vacation
down the mountain.

18 comments:

  1. The first photo is beautiful...hard to get a Lab picture w/ out the tongue hanging out!!!
    You're about as sure-footed on snow as I am!

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  2. Excellent symmetry. We thought the wind was blowing really hard.

    And what is it about dad's and their fear of falling down. When our hu-dad does a good crash on one of our trails, we always respond by piling on and welcoming him to our level. For some odd reason, he says that is not helpful.

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  3. You are so cute Jack, and I love how you run to the TG without hesitation when he whistles. I have a tendency to be much less cooperative :)

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  4. Jack you're such a playful guy! Even though I hate snow, I love dogs and you're a good subject for TG to video. Are these mountains up around Flagstaff? I remember traveling through Flagstaff as a child and it was snowing up there.

    Liz

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  5. Jack you are one happy snow puppy. What do you like best about the snow? TG you got us on that last video...Mom and I thought maybe you packed some snow in a bucket!!! You are very clever.
    We still have snow on our roof from 3 weeks ago.
    The house faces north and it has been so cold it just won't melt.
    Madi and Mom

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  6. The sound of those foot steps sounded like one of those scary movies I watch -- look out Jack someone is after you!
    Snow on vacation....I like how your mind works Tall Guy!

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  7. TG, what would you do to have that much energy? You could make more than $100,000 if you could just bottle it!

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  8. Jack, the TG is a bit uncooperative, but you have the right idea. Next time he whistles, instead of running immediately by his side (haven't you been training him?) you run into him. He's tall therefore he should go down fast. Perfect AFV material. If you're too chicken to try that, I dare you to enter the most exciting second video to AFV and see when you get a call back
    Twink!

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  9. You know how to work the camera alright! I liked hearing the snow go crunch crunch, made me think of cereal, I like cereal!
    ~lickies, Ludo

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  10. Oh Jack!!! What a fantastic time you had in the SNOWWWWWW! Hope you get to play in that stuff lots before it turns into a really full river!!
    Wootwoot!

    Hugs and snaggle-tooth kisses,
    Sierra Rose

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  11. Most excellent adventure - keep up the fun and work on trainin' the tall guy. He needs a wee bit of work on the steady hand cam to keep up with your Labrador skoots.

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  12. Glad to see you having such great adventures, Jack! I wouldn't mind playing in the snow wiff you on that mountain. I am now one wiff the snow...

    Luv,
    Cloud

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  13. Cool pictures and videos!! I love the way you run Jack and the one with snow on vacation was good!!! Debbie and Hollydog

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  14. oh so much funners it looks
    we are shnow jelly
    teeheee
    pibble sugars
    the houston pittie pack

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  15. oh my dog!! Jack I love your blogs and when you comment on my blog you always make me laugh BOL!!!! I love the snow too all of ours is gone actually it was a really nice day today very warm!!

    wags and licks
    Keiko

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  16. Fun, fun, FUN in the snow!!

    Smileys!
    Dory

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  17. Sam would like to go Zoomies with you in the snow!

    Sam

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