Snow Walking

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Most cats have to travel a long way to the snow fields. Ensure you have regular breaks to stop, revive and survive. Walking to the snow fields can be tiring because of bad weather, darkness and narrow, winding roads. Watch for signs of travel fatigue and stop and rest as soon as you feel tired, Mr. Bowie. Adjust your walking speed to the weather. Slow down when conditions deteriorate and proceed with caution, particularly in snow or ice conditions.

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  1. Mr Bowie joins the list of intrepid polar explorers out in the frozen wastes. As usual he goes first class in that gorgeous coat. Glad he enjoys winter if only in short spurts.

    • Oh, I’m so glad all went well and you’re back home! Please take care and maybe MaChatte, your assistant, can give you a hand… Mr. Bowie says “Meow!”

  2. Mr. B., did you remember to pack a lunch? You are so brave. We do not like the snow…cold and wet paws just do not appeal to us. Please join us tomorrow for our Sunday Selfies Blog Hop. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giullieta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

  3. You’re so brave Mr Bowie and smart! I see you only ventured to the end of the swept walk area. Is that where dad abandoned the broom with an inspiration for a new song?

    • Yes, I wrote a new song and it goes like this:
      Giant steps are what you take
      Walking in the snow
      I hope my legs don’t break
      Walking in the snow
      We could walk forever
      Walking in the snow
      We could live together
      Walking in, walking in the snow

      But it sounds a bit like an old Police song… 😉

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