Monday, June 8, 2009

We are melting!

WOOOOO Furiends

We are melting here! It is very hot! It's been about 30C for days and days. I think that is 80 something for my American furiends. That might not sound hot to some of you, but for the Yukon that is smoking hot! Literally, my Dad's fire radio keeps going off and he goes running out of the house to help put out a fire somewhere. Mom is worried about the fires, but so far no big, out of control ones are near our house. We got a plan just in case we gotta all get out here in a hurry!

This is about all we do when it's hot..nap! I have been running around lots in the evenings when it cools off. I had a serious case of the zoomies last night. Mom was laughing too hard to even grab her camera!

Mom says she might take me to the lake later today. That makes me a happy Tehya. I'd like to take a little dip!



Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Poor poor woo!

It is about that here too!

We just did our walk - Mom wanted to wait but we were afraid the thunderstorms would happen by 'later'

PLUS, I was giving her THE LOOK!

I soooo wish your mom had the khamera to khapture woo entertaining her!


Tracey and Huffle said...

You look like a very happy Tehya in that last photo anyway! It's winter here - do you want to come and play?

Huffle Mawson

Pamela, Kira and Scampi said...

Well, nothing is as hot as it is here, so I just swim in my pool and stay in the air conditioning....I like to swim, in a lake too, I hope you got to o! You certainly look happy about it!
-Kira The BeaWootiful

The Thundering Herd said...

30C is really hot and we, fortunately, never see it that hot at the house. Sometimes, if we go down in the valley, it will be that hot but we always know we can get back up to the house. Of course, Sunday, it got up to 21 C and we thought that was bad (though the humans seemed to think it was fine).

Fortunately, we have had lots and lots and lots of rain - unlike the last few years - so we do not have a fire problem right now. Had a couple of decent sized fires we could smell a few weeks back, but none got close enough that we had to go to Herd Evacuation Plan, but we are always ready.

And much better than last year when we had a fire actually cross over the ridge and onto our land. The Forest Service even dropped in a bulldozer from a helicopter to put in a firebreak. That was exciting (though our humans say they would prefer to keep the excitement level down from now on).

Stay safe and cool.

GSD Adventures said...

We are melting in North Carolina, USA. IT has been in the 90s! EW! PANT PANT PANT!

Stay cool (in so many ways - lol!)

Pruett and Daphne

Cyber-sibes said...

A-roos to yous, Tehya,
it's been unusually cool here for spring - its been mostly in the 60's - low 70's. Wanna come here & swim in the ocean?

We could do beach zoomies!

Jacks, Narra, Tuchuck, and Rousseau said...

We like your blog and tagged you for an award.

Hope you're well and having fun!


Phred said...

We don't think the thermo-stick has crossed
the 80 degree line yet!

How did allua Hot Air get up to younze guys
wiffout passin thru Oh-HI-Ho?