Friday, October 4, 2013

Eric's Day - In The Snow.

We don't often get much snow here but when we do, Eric would like to go and check it out. I think only one or two of these photos may have been used in an old post.

Everything looked different so it all had to be carefully examined.

When he had done that he would have a rest under the patio table.

And when he was satisfied everything was in order, he could go back indoors to warm up by the fire.

41 comments:

  1. Eric really was quite the explorer!

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  2. Always the intrepid adventurer! It's so nice to see these posts every week. :)

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  3. Oooooooooo! Eric was a brave boy!
    Those pics are scary too, mainly because the time for that white stuff is getting closer :o
    Purrs Tillie and Georgia,
    Treasure,Tiger, JJ and Julie

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  4. WArm up is important. It would have been interesting to see how he would like DEEP snow.

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  5. That is just enough snow to be fun! I can see Eric really liked it.

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  6. He was so sweet to patrol the yard to make sure every thing was still the same!

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  7. Holy CAT!!!
    It won't be long and we'll be buried in that white stuff!
    You are VERY brave, Flynn!
    : ) Katie

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  8. You were a brave cat; we don't like snow much. Mom tries to bring in a bit from the outside for us to sniff and we just back away from it, MOL. It's always so nice to see you, sweet angel Eric. <3

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  9. I love the snow, Eric was a real explorer Alfie is a wimp when it comes to snow..BOL Have a super weekend xxooxxx

    Mollie and Alfie

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  10. Those are great pictures. After the last couple od years with snow, we've seen quite enough of it.

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  11. No snow here, thankfully! But if it ever does, the Gs will know what to do, thanks to Eric!

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  12. Eric was so brave going out in the snow - we hope we won't be going out in it this coming winter!
    Luv Hannah and Lucy xx xx

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  13. Eric was very brave to walk in that cold white stuff. We don't like it at all.

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  14. That must have been cold on his feet. I'm glad he would go back inside and warm his toes. Wonderful boy.

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  15. he was so brave to get his paws cold and wet!

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  16. Eric that looked COLD!!! Brrrr you were a very brave kitty to go out and check all that white stuff out. And as always we love seeing you each Friday. Good memories.

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  17. We don't get snow very often either, but I could never be as brave as Eric to actually check it out!

    We wanted to thank you for your kind words when PQ ran off to the Bridge. I bet she and Eric have certainly met up by now. Thank you too for her memorial photo on your sidebar.

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  18. Love seeing Eric on his adventures. Have a good weekend. Purrs...

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  19. Oh I don't like snows! I walked in it once and that was enough for me.

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  20. AHHHHHHHHHHHH TOO SWEET ERIC WAS ALL ABOUT KEEPING HIS PERIMETER SAFE!! THAT WHITE STUFF IS STILL A MYSTERY TO ME.
    HUGS MADI YOUR BFFF

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  21. We sure did love Eric's adventurous spirit. How fun to see him exploring out in the snow. :)

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  22. I like the photo where he is "gingerly" (no pun intended), holding his paw up, almost like he is tippy-toeing through the snow. We miss that sweet boy!
    xoxo

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  23. Oh what fun to see Eric nosing about even in the snow,xx Speedy

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  24. I get to see the white stuffs but I haven't been allowed into it. The one who came before, Robin, was an indoor outdoor girl and she would go out in the snow but not stay long. She preferred having her privy outside. Sometimes we would have to dig a trench to the place she preferred to use because she was just a tiny 5 pound girl and would be overcome trying to get through the snow. xxoo

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  25. dood...if ewe iz knot used ta two much snow...we can go chek out de ski N slope over by de SW korner...if nothin else we can freez sum flounder for dinner for later !!

    sauce~~~

    ta flynn; enjoy yur fryday buddy...eat a LOT oh flounder

    toona

    de blessings oh St Francis two everee one N heerz ta a grate week oh end

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  26. Eric was very brave going out in the dreaded white stuff. I hate it. I loved seeing these pictures of Eric exploring. Hugs GJ x

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  27. Brrrrr , it looks very cold !
    I sure hope that the snow don´t arrive until Catmas :)
    XOXO

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  28. Eric was THE MANcat for sure!! Very intrepid!! xx

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  29. Just popped back to say re slow internet that we are with BT, so it is very strange we've all had it slow in different parts of the country as well! We are supposed to be getting superfast fibre optics here soon, but it's not rolled out as far as us yet :( xx

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  30. Burrrrrrr! Cold kitty feeties!
    He was magnificent, our Eric, and the snow really set off his colouring. His beautiful white chest sparkles like the
    snow and his orange furs seem to
    glow from within. We miss him much.

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  31. With 0.5 mbps broadband I don't know how you manage!! Ours is 2.5 and is bad enough. I know down in the town my nephew gets 8 or 9 now so we live in hopes. It does cost more though :(

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  32. such an adventurer was Eric *warm purrs* thank you for sharing him...paw pats, Savvy

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  33. Ohh!! Snow! Us Florida kitties think Eric was quite the brave explorer! Purrs from the Zee and Zoey Gang!

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  34. Eric was very brave to go out in the snow!

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  35. None of us are fond of snow and really won't go off the porch. Eric certainly was a great and brave explorer. Thanks for sharing these terrific photos. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  36. Aw, great shots of Eric in the snow!

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  37. Some of our Angels went out and walked in the snow. Dad says it was always a lot of fun the first fall of the year to watch how they walked daintily over the fresh snow.
    Purrs
    Timmy

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  38. We know that feeling being here in Canada... so much snow. My cats won't walk far in it - way too offensive to the paws.

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  39. I went out in the snow once when I was a kitten living in Iowa. Although I am made for the snow, I was not a fan. Give me a warm bed any day.
    --Jasper

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