snow dance

11 Mar

After work today I took Hopi for a walk up Namsan (Seoul Tower is on top). The park has pathways winding up and everywhere.  The entire time we were in the park we didn’t see anyone.  Maybe because it was already dark, it was a bit cold, and it was quite muddy.

A sort of a little stream coming down the mountain.  When I sat down, Hopi was quite interested in the snow on my shoe.
Hopi is funny around snow.  He’ll jump and then seems to think that the snow that is kicked up is alive and needs to be caught.  He’ll jump, see a little bit of snow bounce up, stare it down and then pounce at it.  At one point he was literally doing flips all around me, trying to catch the little bits of snow that were dancing around each time he jumped.  It’s possibly a  never ending cycle.
Too bad it was too dark to take a video.

laura

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3 Responses to “snow dance”

  1. Stacey_Childs March 11, 2010 at 9:14 pm #

    Good on you for walking the dog in the dark! Freaky I never would. Come to think of it though. I would never have a dog. So there we are.

  2. paudecanela March 12, 2010 at 1:37 am #

    In the dark and with snow! Go you!

  3. silveroses69 March 13, 2010 at 5:17 am #

    In another country maybe I would be a bit more cautious but in Korea, well, it’s fairly safe. The only thing that was creepy is that I keep hearing that Jindos can see/sense ghosts. Well, Hopie sometimes acts as if he’s seen a ghost. In this area, I could imagine, if one believes in ghosts, there would be plenty of them. Namsan in the Korean war??

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