Tuesday, March 3

Tuesday Dose of Cute: Little Beagle

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  1. Adorable little beagle! I know she had fun in the snow...and had fun once she was asleep in front of the woodstove, too. :-)

  2. Wow! I just found this blog -- and what do I see?
    A lovely beagle in the snow. We had a beagle named Wilma for 14 years. She is now in doggie heaven, but we continue to revere her. One of her favorite past times was to play in the snow and get "snow snout!" Thanks for the lovely photo. And I plan to try your borscht recipe. I too love beets.

  3. WOW. . . and I'm complaining about the 20 degree temps here in central IL!

    Cute picture!

  4. Your pictures make me want to put on my coat! I'm grateful that we just have the wind to deal with and not the snow! Stay warm!

  5. Robin looks so small in this photo. How is the new house building thing going?

  6. Robin is so cute! You sure did get a lot of snow this week. Still rainy and grey here. Possibly some snow predicted for tonight at the higher elevations.

  7. Yesterday I had to carry my beagle over the snow drifts to go potty. This dog will eat poop but not get his feet cold?? How does that make sense, even in a beagle brain!!


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