It’s 31 degrees with a windchill in the 20s, and the Clarke County Crew soccer team members aren’t deterred.
I, on the other hand, only managed a 15-minute walk on the trail with Peppermint before my hands and ears were nearly numb.
I know spring is officially here, but someone needs to tell Mother Nature!
BRRR. I would be inside waiting for a report when he got home. I will think spring for you!
I did warm up in the truck while I waited…took them for hot chocolate afterward!
I can relate…walks in the morning with the pups is invigorating to say the least. They want to smell EVERYTHING and the wind chills are in the teens every morning. Another case for bad clothing LOL.
Yes! Invigorating is a great description! If PeppermintI isn’t wearing her coat sometimes she’ll get cold and keep moving to leave the sniffing for another day. 🙂
I agree..what’s with this bitter cold? Will it ever quit?
Now we may have snow Sunday night? Crazy! At this rate the cherry blossoms will be out in May!