Twenty years ago, after coming from the Bay Area, Toronto seemed a small city with small highways. It was dark and cold... This time I went there straight from Yukon and what a difference! The city seemed huge, the highways awful big, busy and fast - for a moment I felt lost and a little overwhelmed... I rented a car right at the airport and my first stop was at Woodstock, next Huron Kennels in Goderich. And here she was, my little Frosty Girl ( in the background are mom and dad).
Theresa (Freddy's Mom) had fun with my little Frosty Girl.
Frosty Girl adopted Topaz's feeding dish without hesitation
found some wood to chew
and the cat to play with (ZoomZoom wasn't a happy camper or a playful mate)
and the small patch of snow
Frosty Girl absolutely loves that snow, too bad that it will be gone in a day or two...
I am amazed how quickly she learns, she is only nine weeks old. After a day of playing and training she is house broken, doesn't jump on the couch and people. I am so proud of her!
Frosty Girl and Topaz are Kuvaszok, click here if you would like to know more about this wonderful breed.
During flights and while waiting for connecting flights I was able to finish May ornament by Prairie Schooler and start on another one! Here is the progress:
So long my friends,