OK Pyrenees are supposed to love the snow but to me it's very confusing. It wipes out my familiar smells and I end up bumping into things that I usually don't. I also don't like it when it comes down really fast or in big flakes because then it's like rain and it bothers my eyes. AP and I walked to Nala's and we played for awhile and tonight she made walkways for me in the backyard but I will be glad when it is gone.
Everyone knows I love a parade! We had to get up really early this morning and drive in the rain to a little town called Middleburg. They have a Christmas parade every year and my rescue group gets to be part of the parade and this year we are expecting 50 pyrs to turn out. They have horses and hounds and Santa in his sleigh.
When we got there it was really start to snow. We walked down to the Wylie Wagg store and bought some goodies and a red jingle bell collar for me to wear in the parade.We had to wait for while for the start of the parade and I got to hang out with all my friends.
We had a great day even though it was really cold and snowy and we had 40 pyrs walking in the parade.
Apparently I can glow in the dark - its always dark to me so I don't understand the fuss. When it is real dark and foggy AP makes me wear my Ruffwear Track Jacket and Beacon light so people and cars can see us when we walk. I'm sure I look pretty cool in it.....
I got to the pool/park this morning and after finding a great stick for the day I headed up the hill to find my new friend Rich with the furry face.
I ran up the hill but he wasn't there - we were too early today. I found some little flags that he had stuck in the ground where he was working and I could smell where he had been on the truck so I tried to climb up but AP wouldn't let me. I hope he is there tomorrow.
I am a rescue from the Appalachian Great Pyrenees Rescue Association in Richmond Virginia . I was born blind but that does not stop me from being a very happy boy. My humans are helping me write about my many adventures so I hope you follow along.