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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Cattle Guard Walking Dog

Jazz our first schnauzer taught herself how to walk cattle guards and never went around one.  Many people found this remarkable—Greg, the guy who owns Lake Medina RV Resort outside San Antonio thought that was the greatest thing—a cattle guard walking dog.  Emmi has expressed no desire to learn how to do this trick until yesterday—we taught her how to walk a cattle guard!IMG_6796

OK, so we got a foot of snow, today we woke to clear, sunny skies and a temperature of 11 degrees—that’s Fahrenheit for our Canadian friends!!!  11 degrees!!!  Guess I won’t be having any tulips this year and my day lilies may have gotten frosted, too—time will tell. 

Shirley came up and took a longarm quilting machine lesson this afternoon—she caught on quickly learning where all the buttons were.  In no time at all she will be quilting her own quilts.

Michael worked on his road/cattle guard moving project today and changed the oil in our Kawasaki mule. 

IMG_6790 The trees in the front yard had icicles hanging really making them look like Christmas trees.



  1. you can teach 'an ole girl a new trick!'..good for Emmi!..when are you putting the Christmas tree up??

  2. Emmi walks those cattle guards better than I do. I always try to go around. :)

  3. She is the smartest little darling dog! Boy, that looks like the middle of winter there!

  4. 11 degrees - holy cow that's way too cold. Emmi - you are way smart. My Skittlez doesn't even like it when we drive over a cattle guard - let alone walk over one. No way.

  5. Yup.. my day lillies are buried under the snow too. The greenery was up only about 4-5 inches, so they might survive. Hope so!

    Is it SPRING there yet? Send it to me?

    Karen and Steve
    (Our Blog) RVing: Small House... BIG Backyard


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