OK East Coast-ers, Post Pics of Your PAIN!

Discussion in 'Countryside Families' started by beccachow, Dec 20, 2009.

  1. beccachow

    beccachow Animal Addict Supporter

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    I will try to dig out a camera, we have like 4 cameras and none of them work. Yesterday DD went out into the snow and disappeared, lol. The puppy is doing this nutty bunny-hopping thing to try to get through the snow. I pulled out the sled prior to the snow starting, put it down outside...and can't find it now. My pygmy goats are staying inside, since the snow is deeper than they are tall!
     
  2. Jakk

    Jakk Well-Known Member Supporter

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    We got a LOT of snow!

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  3. beaglebiz

    beaglebiz Wasza polska matka

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    Jakk...cute little girl and cute dog. Here in Northeastern PA (Wyoming/luzerne county) we have just three inches, and I am itching to get snowed in. (think chicken and dumplings, cookies and hotchocolate. Snowball fights, an igloo, games in front of the woodburner....ahhhhh. Heaven
    we keep getting ripped off
    ps...did I mention no work, no school??

    pps...where are you?
     
  4. Jakk

    Jakk Well-Known Member Supporter

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    That is exactly what we are doing today!

    I am in South Jersey, about 15-20 mins outside of Philly.
     
  5. fellini123

    fellini123 Well-Known Member

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    Well the van is out of the middle of the street!!!!!!!! But only just!!! Cant get it up the driveway. I figure spring will be here soon enough!! LOL
    Alice in Virginia
     
  6. beccachow

    beccachow Animal Addict Supporter

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    I live in Western MD. We have about 18-20 inches, unheard of for us. I am loving those pics!
     
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    RandB Well-Known Member

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    Ditto JAKK's photos - that is about the same amount of snow we got....
    Still shoveling and snowblowing today, 2 days later...
     
  8. tinknal

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    Jakk, that's a fine lookin' farm dog there. What is it?

    Kinda reminds me of my old dog Bubba. He was a Ridgeback Redbone cross.
     
  9. nandmsmom

    nandmsmom Well-Known Member Supporter

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    I have quite a few up on my blog. The address is in my signature.
     
  10. Jakk

    Jakk Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Tinknal, we are not completely sure but the vet says 75% Pit bull and probably Rodesian Ridgeback mixed. He thinks one parent was full Pit, the other part Pit and Rodesian Ridgeback. He is a sweet heart!
     
  11. tinknal

    tinknal Well-Known Member Supporter

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    My ridgeback was great with people. He never bothered poultry, but he was hell on wheels on 4 legged varmints.
     
  12. Jakk

    Jakk Well-Known Member Supporter

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    We dont live on a farm, but he loves other dogs and cats. We were supposed to move to our little homestead by Pittsburgh over the summer but my husband lost his job and plans were put on hold. He was able to find another job, but it is here. We are still holding on to our dreams of a homestead...just have to delay it a bit longer.
     
  13. ET1 SS

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    We have not had any new snow since last Tuesday.