Friday, 13 January 2017

The Snow Fairy Visited Us!

Yo Woofers!

Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss Wendy, Freddy and Eric de Ferret here!

Well, after all the warnings and plans for mass evacuation we got a little snow last night, just enough to make a snow ball!

This morning when we woke up, all that was left was frozen and that wasn't very much!

Is this all?
 Even when we got around the corner there wasn't too much snow on the grass either!

I can see more grass than snow!
 Looking at the sky didn't tell us too much about what was coming over the next day or two. Holly reckons it is more like rain than snow!

Well, they look more like rain clouds!
 We got down to the beach and found the High Water mark, nothing any more than usual.

There is a high tide set for 13.03hr today so we will be down there to see if we get a 'Surge'!

Not any higher than normal!
 Lunchtime when we got down there what did we see?

Water, with a little wind ans some white horses, but not the mountainous seas we were expecting!

We have seen bigger in the summer!
When we looked at the high tide mark it wasn't really any higher than normal, so, for us, not very exciting, dangerous or likely to cause any worry!

About the same as yesterday.
The wind was a bit strong but not too worrying, just a breeze at 10mph!

So, back home to some snoring ferrets and a bit of chocolate cookie before we both head for the 'Day Bed' for a snooze!

Now, what's all this about young Archie Babe and his midnight trips to the Vet College and a Windy Tum? I mean, a windy tum is one of the pleasures of life around Two Legs!

Mind you, pancreatitis can be right painful and it's a good job your TL has her eyes on you 'cos if you catch it early enough it can be treated without too much damage.

So, with the vets stabbing you with those needles and lots of loving licks from us we reckon you will soon be back to normal again pretty soon!

Keep yer tail up Archie Babe!

See you all tomorrow.


Daisy, Holly, Miss May, Miss Wendy, Freddy and Eric de Ferret.