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Guarding the gardens while the snow still covers.

Posted by leafwatcher zone 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 4, 14 at 15:01

I didn't want my plants to be unprotected, or the snow to be stolen before it melts into my gardens... so I took precautions when the snow was wet !

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RE: Guarding the gardens while the snow still covers.

LOL. That is priceless! Look at the size of that canine! Bet that'll keep others off your lawn! temporarily lol. Then again, Maybe not, that dog is smiling!

Thanks for the chuckle! Great pic! "Funnthsnow"

Jo


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You know whats funny, after I posted this I thought..
"Did I already post this before?"

I have to admit I have sent this to so many relatives, and friends of my wife, and I have had people tell me to send them a copy.. I almost felt like I went SMALL TIME viral ! hahahah

We have had people stopping to take pics, even getting out of their cars and posing next to it for pictures. I guess with most kids afraid of the snow and cold around here ,people aren't used to seeing snow stacked up anymore.


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Hey, wait a minute...!

Looks like a blast...glad I'm not having it!

Here's to no snow until 2015...pretty please!


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Lol...You caught that,huh, funnthsun? Great gal! :-)

After seeing that Snow sculpture, I wouldn't be surprised if some kids got inspired to be creative too!

You are famous Leafwatcher! And setting a great example for making the most of a long, cold winter.


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My bunny's afraid.....very afraid.


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I like the rabbit Hostanista. Is its name Harvey?

After I stacked all that wet snow up, it was like concrete! I was literally so tired I couldn't think of much anything more unique than carving a dog, However apparently a BIG dog outranks a small snowman !


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Hostanista, does your adorable bunny still have it's carrot? Watch the neighbours don't scarf it...they may need it for the chicken soup!! LOL


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Jo, my dog ate the carrot hours after I finished making the bunny! He also ate the eyes and nose since I used crunchy dog treats for those!


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LOL....still laughing here!


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Kind of reminds me of the dog/creature guardians in the movie Ghost Busters.


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Leafwatcher....nice snow sculpture!

With the temps this weekend its going to be gone....hoping.

Spring is coming to a city near you soon!


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That dog may melt, but I doubt its gone by this weekend.. its nearly solid ice. :)


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Great snow sculptures Leafwatcher and Hostanista! I've never seen anything like that where I live. Maybe I am just surrounded by boring, uncreative people! LOL And that would include me!


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Monday morning !

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Monday afternoon !

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Its like someone pulled his head off and left his spine stickin out !


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Big ol' snowdog with a baby polar bear head!

Don B.


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