Monthly Archives: February 2014

Ice skating

First time on her skates. Although she does like standing in the dog food bowls and sliding around the kitchen!

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Free Herding Redux

Pooped out today. Elizabeth and Scott came herding this morning. Elizabeth visited with the bunnies and sheep and got kisses from Suzanne’s cardi’s. Kate was cold and kind of lackluster as a result. She really doesn’t like herding when it’s … Continue reading

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Healthy breed

The Cardigan Welsh Corgi Club of America is conducting a health survey of Cardigan Welsh Corgis via the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals. The incomplete survey results are here Cardigans are a healthy lot.

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Iditarod prep

We were between Eagle River and Anchorage when we saw a pickup with an interesting load. Mounds of colorful bulging feed sacks. Labelled with place names: McGrath, Rohn, Rainy Pass. Hey! We recognize those names! I speculate this was the … Continue reading

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Iditarod prep

We were between Eagle River and Anchorage when we saw a pickup with an interesting load. Mounds of colorful bulging feed sacks. Labelled with place names: McGrath, Rohn, Rainy Pass. Hey! We recognize those names! I speculate this was the … Continue reading

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Kate on Sheep

Stumbled across a photo from last May of Kate working her sheep.

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Free herding!

Oh my gosh Best herding day this winter! The arenas were iced up terribly from all the rotten freeze/thaw weather we have been enduring. Suzanne gave the OK for the Saturday morning winter die-hards to herd in the open hay … Continue reading

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Busy

Pulled the cheese out of the press last week. It is waxed and in the fridge. We will crack into it sometime after April. Everybody likes to color, right? She cracks me up by pointing to spots on the paper … Continue reading

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