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  1. Hammer says:

    Great analogy. I would be worried about brain freeze though 😉

    My kids have never seen snow. I’ll have to correct that.

  2. Jazz says:

    It always amazes me how some people love the stuff. Me? Not into this particular addiction.

    PS: My witty comment on your last blog never posted. Blogger be dammed!

  3. Lee says:

    You crack me up!

    The older I get, the less able I am to enjoy the snow. I just get crabby and sleepy.

    It’s great to see you all cavorting!

  4. Mother of Invention says:

    What a fabulous family fitness thing! You may just need a massage!

    We did the sled dog experience for a day and it was really neat. I got to ride in the basket, (Yeah, sometimes I’m just a basket case!) while my husband had to do the runners and get off and run for a bit.

  5. furiousBall says:

    I sometimes poor my golden retriever’s food on the ground so he can pretend he’s a sled dog. I call him Nanook all day too and then pretend his milkbone is actually whale blugger I harpooned for him.

  6. ldbug says:

    Oh so fun!! I love snow. We didn’t get enough to play in here, and it’s a big city so it all gets mucky really fast. Oh well, maybe next year…

  7. Dan says:

    Gosh you love your snow! You’re going to be quite depressed when summer arrives.

    Is your summer vacation going to be Antarctica?

  8. Glamourpuss says:

    I feel exhausted. I need to lie down. All that Minnesotan Marching Powder…

    (did I spell that right – too lazy to look it up. Sorry)


  9. choochoo says:

    Did you get brain freeze when you snorted them?

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  11. lime says:

    i’m so envious. we didn’t have a single fun, playable snow. the only snow we got was a slushy muck that froze into ice

  12. actonbell says:

    LOL, great post, great pictures! I wasn’t expecting that second “line” and really chuckled. Thanks, I needed the chuckle!

  13. Dorky Dad says:

    Wow. You do fun things in the snow. I’m happy if I get The Boy out for some sledding.

    That said, all our snow down here is melting. And there is nothing like dirty snow for a wonderful late-winter picture!

  14. Lone Grey Squirrel says:

    No fair having so much fun. SCRAWNY bunch of huskies pulling your sled though!

  15. lushgurl says:

    Hey Jocelyn, I am so with you on the lure of those white lines and all…but I totally DON”T get the lure of the cold, snowsuits, fun stuff etc. LOL

  16. oreneta says:

    Yeah, that is the good side of winter….so glad for the reminder…no pictures of the melting blackened crud on the corners with the 6 month old dog crap defrosting in it, OK?

  17. Queen of the Mayhem says:

    What a creative post! We never get snow here! Seeing all your frolicking fun has left me jonesing for a white powder here! 🙂

    The whole deck jumping thing looks like MY kinda fun!
    I am wearing shorts!

  18. Diana says:

    I’m so glad someone is enjoying it. I love my snow from November through February. Come March, I gaze balefully at it and anything that falls from April on had better be in the form of rain or it risks my evil-eyed glare.

    May your time in recovery be short and your thoughts soon be of green buds and multi-colored blooms.

  19. velvet girl says:

    I wanted snow and it stayed warm. Now I want spring and it snows. Go figure.

    Looks like you had fun, though!

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