Sunday, February 12, 2012

Clear, Fresh and Focused!

Since snow is not in our vocabulary this season......

we've been scurrying down to MacDonald Hill....

to sniff for anything interesting....

from a good view of the ocean for Ron to capture....

to a good possibility of doggy friendship....

high on the overhang just in view of Lawrencetown Beach.

It was mighty windy and gusty on this particular trek....

it just got me all discomboobilated and super energetic.

Located at the tip top of our trail is a small wooded area....

which is a haven for sniffing and discovering...

any possible fox, rabbit and coyotes sightings...

Nothing today...I guess they couldn't handle the cold and crisp winds.

Wimps...I tell you...if you just keep moving...

temperature becomes a "fig newton" of your imagination!

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  1. Gee 'Sophie', you sure have a way with words!!! lol

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  2. I bet you are enjoying the no snow....great photos....what a fun run...

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    1. Yes, yes, yes loving the "no snow" climate!

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  3. Hi Y'all,

    Love the pic of you, Sophie, silhouetted against the sun. Like 'em all, but that one is special.

    Y'all come back now,
    Hawk aka Browndog

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    1. Did you see the airplane winging through the air near my tail, in that silhouette photo?

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  4. Gorgeous scenery, Sophie -- and you are so pretty! :)

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    1. Thanks Nancy...a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do!

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  5. The No-Snow thing is great! I just wish it were cold enough for all this mud to freeze. Pugs has got a bad case of muddypaws lately.

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    1. Muddypaws is so annoying...you knows whats I means, right!

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  6. Sophie, you spent your day very well and I'm sure your enjoy the place and it's very relaxing and refreshing place. I love your photos! :D

    It's all About Pet Fences | Dog Fence

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  7. I have to admit that when I look at your pictures, I never think of cold. But because that's all we've had this weekend, I looked at your pictures and all I could think was 'burrrrrr!!!' However seeing you, certainly does warm the heart!! I hope you and your Dad's have had a good day!!!

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    1. Thanks we sure did Kim. I'm so hot now that I think I better snuggle!

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  8. You know, Sophie, you got all discomboobilated and I saw more white on you than I've ever had! What's up with that?

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    1. Me hair is growing in "fast and furious"...it's sorta/kinda ash blond...it always happens for some reason...must be DNA!

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  9. That does it! I'm moving to Nova Scotia!

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    1. Our neighbours are moving next month so your can share our fence if you move here! Seriously!

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  10. Sophie
    I love to see you our sniffing and searching in your world.
    I have never seen water so blue, or sky so gorgeous!
    love
    tweedles

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    1. I live in the land of magic, Tweedles...sooo blues are bluer and the gorgeous is more gorgeouser!

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  11. Lovely pictures with the blue ocean. You have a wonderful place to live in Sophie!!

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  12. Oh Sophie, one of your adventures again?

    I love the sniffing picture and the gusty windy... I'm not sure what kind of setting your dad used, but it was beautiful.

    Huggies and Cheese,

    Haopee

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    1. Oh Haopee...thanks so much...I don't think he knows his setting either!

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  13. Hey Sophie, you and Ron want to come over to my blog, there's an Award waiting to be picked up with your name on it?

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    1. Hopping on over...look out here I come! PS...tanks loads, Jen!

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  14. I have oft discussed with our librarian at work that the word 'discombulated' is underused (honestly, I really have)... I am delighted to see someone else use it. I would say that it has made me feel utterly combobulated to see such a thing, but, alas, one can only be discombobulated. :) Looks like a windy walk.

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    1. And look at me saying discomboobilated...it takes all kinds doesn't it!

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  15. Gorgeous scenery on what looks to be a lovely winters day in your part of the world- now I`m really envious !

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  16. Sophie, you're the most beautiful adventurer that we know!

    Great shots!

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    1. If you could, I'd love to have you come along on my walkie!

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  17. Wind just makes you wild, doesn't it? And what a great place to go wild in!

    XXXoOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  18. Great photos, Sophie! It looks like it was worth braving the windy weather!

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    1. I will brave anything...I'm BravePuppy!

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  19. Have I seen you on that hill before? The views are incredible and I'm sure there are smells to match. Here we have high winds too, up to 50 mph. Everything is blowing in the wind. We had some hail, but no snow. And they promised snow!!!!!!! On the news! You can't trust anybody, can you? What? Oh, except your nose. You are so right, Sophie.

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    1. Nope, don't be trusting them weather peeps...they are so wrongo! My nose will tell you what's really happenin'!

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  20. Glad you have that nice warm coat Sophie... I'm sure that helps. Gracie is always more frisky in the cold.

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    1. Frisky whisky...now where did that come from!?

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  21. Sophie, you are one lucky girl to have that beautiful scenery nearby. I love the little wooded area that you are so fond of.

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    1. I so enjoyed that area as well...very hobbit like!

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  22. Oh Sophie
    Your world is so spectacular! I love that blue sky and the blue water- but mostly I love to see you have fun.
    love
    tweedles

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This 'DOODLE' is looking forward to your comment....don't be shy...all I do is SNIFF & LICK!