We wish each one of woo
a blessed, peace-filled & prosperous
New Year!

We look back over this past year with gratitude
& appreciation for all our blessings, including
our "silver and gold" furiends.

Blogging gives us an opportunity to share the
places and thoughts that fill our quirky little world...
We've been privileged to
laugh with you, cry with you,
pray with you, encourage you,
and send you Sibe vibes, snooter kisses,
and much love,
just as you do for us.
Thank you for sharing our adventures,
we hope you'll continue to join us in 2012!

"Make new friends, but keep the old,
some are Silver and the others Gold!"


Friday Foto Fun

Miss Moo's no feety-feets feat!


Wednesday Windmill Woos

We have a tradition in our house to take our humans for a walk on holiday mornings. So, Christmas morning, we took our peeps with us to the windmill park.

First thing we did was drag dad over to meet the geese!
Their little pond was half-frozen, but they didn't seem to mind.
They honked their greetings and seemed glad to see us.
But right away, mom noticed something was "off" about the windmill..... it looked a little different than usual.

Yup, sure enough, it was facing a different direction! Its always faced towards the parking lot - but this time, it was facing the open field to the south! Mom & dad figured out that the entire top turns. That makes sense, cause you would get more power out of it if you adjust it to face into the wind!
We walked to the side for a picture. Mom noticed the shudders were open on the window -

Since we had dad with us & he's furry tall, he was able to take pictures thru
the window and we got our first glimpse inside...
Pretty cool, huh?
Mom took an interesting shot looking through the garden gate arbor...
...and we got our picture with dad although Moo was
getting bored & wanted to go explore by this time....

It was furry peaceful and quiet, and we enjoyed having dad along. We even gave him a treat when we got home fur being such a good dad!

A-roos to yous and toodle-woo!
Jack & Moo

PS: just a reminder-- We'd appreciate if you'd vote fur us for "Best Photo" with Santa! (we're in the middle of the 4th row down, pg. 5) Thank-woo!


Monday's View from the Moo: the day after

Good Moo-rning everyone!
Hope all of woo had a wonderful weekend!
Woo don't mind if I chew whole I post, do woo?
I just can't put this great elk antler down!
Santa paws left us lots of treats, and we even got to take Dad on a walk to the windmill! (But we'll save those pics till later this week.) The coolest part of our day was that Santa sent us snow flakes! They didn't stick around very long, but it was nice to have snow on Christmas Day!

After our walkies, we opened our pressies and Dad handed out treats...
(there were tasty all-natural Z-Bones our boy in Ohio sent us!)
...and check this out! Also from our boy...
roast beef & chicken flavor popcorn for pups!
Mom says we'll save these for"movie night".
Mom handed out two new cool elk antlers to chew on-
plus treats from our Santa visit!
I chomped mine down on the spot - but Jack took his hoard outside
to admire it for a while before eating...
that's one of the big differences between us- he plays with his food!
While mom fixed turkey dinner, we chomped on the raw turkey neck - yum-yum-yummy! Our boys called to say Merry Christmas, which put big smiles on our mom & dad. It was pretty low-key, just us & our peeps, but woo know what? A wonderful holiday doesn't depend on how many presents we get, or how many people are there, just on how much love we share. We had a great holiday!

BTW.... there is a contest at the Agway store where we met Santa -
the winner gets a gift certificate plus $75.00 donated in their name to
the shelter of their choice - if woo vote fur us, we'd appreciate it!
-- Mom says she thinks we really are the best picture!
(we're in the 4th row down on page 5)
Plus, we are the only Siberians that met Santa!
(voting instructions on the 1st page "contest" link)
Hope everyone has a good week - our dad is around all week playing with Mr. Saw & Mr. Adrill and their furiends. Jack love to snoopervise their projects - woo know, all that man stuff. I'll be hanging with mom in her studio and snoopervising blog posts.

And that's this week's View from the Moo,

Miss Moo


Merry Christmas!

Peace on Earth,
Goodwill to men
(and animals)
Merry Christmas
to all our furiends in blogland
from the Cybersibes pack!
We treasure your furiendship!

Christmas morning:
Look! Santa brought us some snow!
It was just a light flurry, but as its been in the 50's all week,
we never expected snow on Christmas Day!
...and Santa Paws left us treats!
Please have a safe, wonderful, magical holiday with your families & furiends!

Love & holiday smooches,
Jack & Moo
Pat & JoJoe

Merry Christmas Eve!

Merry Christmas
We finally met Santa Paws himself!
And we didn't even have to go to the North Pole....who knew?
Guess he & those reindeer of his really get around!
did woo know they can sing & dance, too?
Yup, check it out...

Wasn't that fun?
Now go have a safe & enjoyable weekend...
We wish you all
a wonderful, magical,
Merry Christmas!

Jack, Moo, Pat & JoJoe


Friday Foto: See Jack Run

Run Jack Run!
the festive holiday weekend begins...

jack & moo


Winter Solstice

Today is the official Winter Solstice, (even though we were sure it was yesterday) and we thought we'd show woo a Solstice mystery right here in Newport RI!

This is the Newport Mystery Tower! No one knows fur sure who built it or why, and speculation ranges from its being built by Benedict Arnold to having been built by Norwegians(or other Pre-Columbian trans-oceanic contacts) wa-a-a-ay before Columbus set foot here, much less the Pilgrims!

They say that on the Solstice, the sun comes in thru the narrow slots and hits a keystone in the arch on the inside of the tower.
Every year Mom says she's going to go there and watch to see if its true.... and every year she doesn't get there on time. but here's a nice pic the Boy took last Dec. when he was visiting. mom added an arrow pointing to the keystone. Ahhhh..... snow!!!

Doesn't look like we'll get any snow this year, its in the upper 50's today. Hope Santa's sleigh has wheels, too!

woos & a-roos to yous!
Jack & Moo


Wednesday Wooszzzzzzzzzz

This waiting fur Santa Paws is hard work....
Sure is! How long is a "long winter's nap?"
A-roos to yous and Toodle-woo!
Jack a-roo & Miss Moo


The View from the Moo: Morning Moo

Good Mo-rning everyone! I'm not much of a morning Moo today, but I'll try to get it together since there's a lot to woo about...

This is me in my morning spot - that special place in the hallway
where the light comes in from the bay window -
makes fur a nice & cozy last 40 winks.
To address a couple comments from yesterdays post from Jack, his "lobster" is indeed a real local lobster from right here in our bay. Mom & Dad ate it and one of its friends, but Mom said it was "so pretty" she had to take pictures first. Geesh, who takes pictures of their food? (Must be a human thing) BTW- she said it was delicious...and it was, we got a few tastes too.

Dad was busy doing guy things with Mr. Saw & Mr. Adrill and Mom was decorating trees. (It's an odd human ritual this time of year) Here's a couple pics of our Memorial Dogwood in the front yard. Isn't it pretty in the morning light? Little Hoopsie evergreen got wrapped in lights, but no pic of that yet.
A nice angle:
And inside, instead of the usual big fake tree, she used the two little fake trees (more weird human rituals). But we heartily agree with her choice of ornaments - these trees are Siberific!
(All of the ornaments & miniatures are "made by Mom")
Jack is outside decorating too. He's arranging the chunks of ice from
our water bowl. No snow in the forecast, so this will have to do!
...and that's today's View from the Moo!

Oh - I almost forgot! we'll be posting a picture of us with the Santa man himself in a couple days - and we'll be asking woo to vote online for us for "best picture".... there is a gift certificate for the winner along with a $75.00 donation to the shelter of our choice! That's the kind of prize we like!

till then,
Miss Moo


Our Lobster Award!

We want to thank our new furiends over at Bassett Momma for giving us the Lobster Award! Its furry cool, and we.....
It's not the Lobster Award????
Oh, its the Liebster award! Ha-roo roo roo, I'm such a silly Sibe sometimes!
Liebster means "dearest" in German, and the award is intended to help up-and-coming blogs get the attention they deserve.
As with any award there is a bit of ceremony involved.
In order to accept the award we must do the following:
1. Copy and paste the award on our blog.
2. Link back to the blogger who gave us the award.
3. Pick our five favourite blogs with less than 200 followers and leave a comment on their blog to let them know they have received the award.
4. Hope that the five blogs chosen will keep spreading the love and pass it on to five more blogs.

Here's some of our furiends who would love to make furiends with woo, too!
1. Meeshka's World- our "introduction" to the world of blogging. Meet our Queen. Hysterical and informative.
2. Holly's House , another our early acquaintances, plus Jack's "twin" Khady Lynn lives there!
3. Noll's Nip, one of our favorite kitty furiends.
4. Tehya the Babydog, we love Tehya! Don't tink she keeps a furiends list, but we think woo should read her blog anyway.
5. Finn Howard, a new furiend-he's a furry handsome Golden boy from NY.
6.*** BONUS*** wild dingo (we actually have no idea how many followers they have but we think woo should check them out - they're one of our favorites blogs)

Happy Sunday to all, see woo tomorrow!
Jack a-roo & Miss Moo
(PS: We'll get out notices out asap)


Jack the Joker

M: Where ya going, Jack?
J: I'm going to get Mom - she's got see this!
M: See what?"
J: I think there's a Reindeer's antler is in our backyard -
Santa's team, musta lost it when they fly over us!
M: Jack, it isn't Christmas till next week.
J: Must have been a test flight.
I better check this out myself...
It does look like an antler, could he actually be right?

What is is thing?
Jack, woo silly puppyhead, this isn't an antler,
its a branch from the willow tree.

Made ya look!
Its good to start the day with a laugh!

Jack a-roo & Miss Moo


Monday's View from the Moo: Windmill Walk

Ha-woo everybody!
Time fur this week's View from the Moo! Here's a recap of our Sunday walk at the windmill.

First we pulled mom over to the pond so we could see what our friends
the Quackers were up to. I think they were glad to see us again.

Next, we checked out the little waterfall and then went over the bridge.

Then we headed over to the windmill...
...and we posed... a lot.
Mom took a whole bunch of pictures, like this one wasn't enough!
I let her know it was time to knock it off!
Enough already, Mom!
She ignored me and said "Oh please, just one more!"
So we did this just to keep her happy...
Guess it worked, cause she walked us around some more.
Lastly, we were surprised to see there were still pretty flowers
blooming in the garden... but its mid-December!
Maybe I should tell them to knock it off... it's time fur some snow!!!

And that's this week's View from the Moo...

Miss Moo


Saturday: Its here!

Remember back in October the FiveSibes sponsored a Halloweeen contest? Our entry won 6th place! Our Award package arrived on Friday and Mom did her "photo-documentary" thing:

Posing Proudly
(or at least well enough for Mom to toss us
those treats she's bribing us with)
Moo checks out the toy first.... (of course)
Not quite sure what to make of it, she asks Jack's opinion...
(Moo is unfamiliar with toys because she eats them... hence,
she's only allowed to play with things that are chewable & digestible)
And Jack knows exactly what to do -
he's claimed this toy for himself!
Thanks Five Sibes!
Mom is going to hang our award & ribbon where we can see them (but out of Moo's reach, we hope!)

Happy weekend!
Jack a-roo & Miss Moo