AJs Human, I totally agree with you. We spent christmas last year in Winter Park and it was awesome. We were suppose to go to Jacksonhole, WY, but the flight got cancelled once we got to Denver..best cancellation ever, we rerouted all of our stuff and minds and stayed in Colorado..
Next time we will go Wyoming, it sure looks beautiful as well..
I'm applying at the University of Wyoming and the University of Colorado at Boulder for graduate school… which is slightly intimidating because I've never lived where it snows THAT much. If there are just a few snow flurries here, school is cancelled and most of the local businesses close. It's a good thing too, because most of the people that live here can't drive in snow. I'm excited though, Colorado is one of my top choices, so I'm really hoping to get in there.
I am glad everybody appreciates our scenery. We are lucky to live here. We live in a ski resort that opens next week. We got 2 feet of snow last week but it has been pretty mild since. Ella loves the snow.
Here are a couple pics from today. She blends into the foreground of the first one but seems to be contemplating the scenery. The second one is at home in her favorite chair–her throne.
I have never tried booties. This is only her second winter and last winter we didn't go on many long excursions. She has a coat (not wearing it those pictures-it was actually pretty warm). She only seems to mind the cold if it is below about 20 degrees. With her coat on she is fine as long as we keep moving. If we stop for some reason she starts to shiver.