Hi everypuppy! And everycat, too! It's me - Amber! Stormy said I can share more of our lovely snow pictures with you today! We still have the snow, but now there's a layer of ice on top of it. As you may remember from last year, ice is not nice! So until that goes away, here is our bee-roo-tiful SNOW!
Here is a shot of me and Zimmie!
That's me on the left and Zim on the right. Here are Dave and Stormy!
Dave is on the left and Storm is on the right. (Remember, Storm is red, Dave is purple, Zim is blue and I am green!) Here's a single shot of Davy:
Now... even though I showed you us in matching color teams, we weren't really paired up that way! Davy and I tend to pull a lot harder than Stormy and Zim, so Dad was with us strong-pullers, and Stormy and Zimmie were helping Mom walk! Here they are together:
I like the perspective you get of the hill!
Mom kept trying to get a good picture of the four of us walking together - like the one Zim showed you the other day. Usually we like to walk like that, but not if we know Mom is trying to take our picture! Dad ended up offering to hold all four leashes so Mom could snap some group shots. He only does that for photo opps; our parents are very safety conscious and have a "one Sibe per arm" rule! The pic Zim showed you is from that session! Here are some more:
Here we are, getting into formation. Note I'm standing up against Dad's leg.
I'm not as good at herding as our friends Gus, Louie & Callie, or Zac & Holly, or Pippin and her pack (to include the very handsome Hamish!), but I do like to herd my bipeds! Our ancestors were used to herd reindeer (!) and I still have a lot of those instincts in me! Besides, great brother Booter liked to herd and I loved doing everything just like him!
Then Stormy said we should humor Mom and smile at the camera. Just this once.
Left to right: Storm, Dad, Dave, me, Zimmie
Storm smiled, Dad was focusing on safety, and Dave was worried that Mom was so far away from him. And I told Zim I saw something off to our left (your right). Dave came over to see what we were looking at...
Left to right: Storm, me, Zim, Dave. Dad in the back row.
...and that's when Mom and Dad started to get just a tad bit nervous. Something about "braiding" and "oh, no, they've seen something!" or something like that. The boys were getting really interested in what I said I saw; I confessed to Stormy that I didn't really see anything (hee hee hee!), and she thought that was really funny. :)
Ha roo roo roo! Good one, Ammy.
(Stormy! There wasn't really anything there!) Made you look, boys! Hee hee hee!
For some reason, Dad said it was time to implement the "one Sibe per arm" rule, turned Storm and Zimmie back over to Mom and we went home. :) Zim will share some more pix with you tomorrow!