Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Back to Work

We had a nice holiday yesterday but today was back to work - at Crumpie's!
This is how it looked when we got there. Everything was snow covered except for the driveway and a parking spot right in front of the barn.    We enter the barn from the back door. 
How do we get up there and inside, dad?

 We went around the corner and look what we found.  Grass! 
Everybody in the state of Connecticut got TONS of snow and Crumpie still has a bit of grass in just the right spot so up we went.  We entered the barn without a drop of snow on our feet!
 The painters have been here!  Come on up and see the paint job, Molly!
 It looks so much bigger with an antique white ceiling and our cloth floor is still here!
Yes, we know what you want to do, Molly.
Play ball!
We sure did enjoy our holiday but it was nice to get back to work!

So until next time..........

Love ya lots,
Mitch and Molly

23 comments:

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

You found a GRASS PATH??? THAT is super.
GOOD fur YOU!!

scotsmad said...

Grass after that snow storm....very strange....but handy.

That barn is coming along nicely. Will there be a grand opening when it's finished?

XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & roxy

With lots of food.

Dexter said...

So you approve of the work? The Airedale seal of approval is important.

Kisses,
Dexter

julandmatt said...

I hope your peeps are feeling ok and aren't too sore from all that moving snow!

Still looks pretty and we are happy to hear the water fowl is doing well.

violet

rottrover said...

OK. I'm a California native. I admit a certain naivete when it comes to snow/blizzards, etc., but how can that be?? We are at a loss as to how that grass isn't buried under feet of snows...

-Bart, Ruby, Otto and mom

Susie and Sidebite said...

Looks like you guys are doing a wonderful job there, don'e get any nails in the paws!!!

Your Pals
Susie & Bites

Two French Bulldogs said...

Sounds like a good post holiday
Benny & Lily

Ruby said...

Wows!! Grass??? I thinks Angel Maggie was guiding you the way....
Molly, us AireChicks ALWAYS have one things on our minds...BALLS!!! (not the 'boy balls'...) BOL
Kisses,
Ruby

Reilly / Denny Cowspotdogs said...

That is the perfect balance of work and play

Berts Blog said...

Grass, boy what I would give to see some grass. REmind me what grass is. We havn't seen it for months.

Love the work you are getting done.

now go PLAY BALL>

love
Bert

Sam said...

Everything looks very nice. Even the antique white ceiling.

harrispen said...

The barn is looking great! I hope you got a long ball playing session in. I'm sure you can't do that in your yard right now.

Millie

Tweedles -- that's me said...

So much workie is beeing done in the barn- its amazing!
love
tweedles

KB said...

It looks fabulous! I love the grass "sidewalk"!

Molly, Taffy, Monty and Winnie said...

That really worked out well for you. Fancy finding grass in exactly the right place.

Molly, Taffy, Monty and Winnie

Dougall-the-Scottie said...

Don't work too hard!

Molly The Wally said...

Pawsome pathway to keep your paws warm and great idea to play ball. Have fun and have a wonderful Wednesday.
Best wishes Molly

Corbin said...

My dad took off for Connecticut the other day to help remove all of that snow you got! I sure hope he doesn't plan on bringing it back to my house, we have enough! BOL!
-Corbin

The Army of Four said...

As much as I LOVE snow, the grass is always a welcome sight!
Don't work too hard!
Play bows,
Zim

Katie http://myminipetpig.com/ said...

It must be great to see a grassy path!

Oink oink,
Katie and Coccolino the mini pig

Duncan Breazeale said...

That barn looks like a super dog house. Don't let them put any walls up though cuz that would get in the way of the ball as it flies across the room!

Maggie Mae and Max said...

After all da snow dat Nemo left in Connecticut, findin' grass was a good thing!

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae and Max

Frank Delaney said...

A very well-written post. I read and liked the post.All the best for future endeavors.

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