The cold weather set in on Thursday and stayed with us until late on Saturday. But that didn't mean it wasn't time for some fun and exercise in all that snow.
I think it was about 16 degrees at the dog park at Confluence Park in Delta. I was amazed how much snow Delta received from the last storm. Delta usually doesn't get much moisture. About six inches of snow fell there.
I was dressed in my warmest hat, warmest coat, heavy boots and I even had my down gloves with me. The dogs didn't seem to mind the cold. Lucky had a play date with his friend, Odessa.
The dogs spent about half an hour rolling and running in the snow. They made fresh tracks throughout the dog park and loved every minute of it. Odessa's mom got too cold and had to leave. That left just me and Lucky.
It was time for fetch. Lucky has become a great ball dog. I usually wait until he's alone to bring out his ball. If he sees it early on he becomes focused on it and won't play with the other dogs.
So we had a great time playing fetch and find the ball in the snow. We were both pretty beat after that play session. The cold really took it out of me, and Lucky did a lot of running.
I hope you enjoy these pictures.
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