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Thursday, December 14, 2006

Northern Lights Alert

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My Human just got a call from a human friend in Des Moines, IA. She can see the Northern Lights now. So all huskies and their humans should go outside and look to the north for the lights.

Unfortunately, it is too overcast for us to see them here. But due to the level of solar activity there is a good chance of Auroral activity for a couple days.

Wooooo!

8 comments:

Macie-Malechai said...

Malechai has been outside looking to the north for RooRoo & he hasn't seen her yet (it's starting to get a little creepy really).
Macie

The Army of Four said...

Yeah... where is Roo Roo? :)
Seriously, we think we saw it last night!
Love,
Amber

Buster the Wired Fox Terror said...

Can I see it here maybe I hope? I can see the shuttle launch!!!

Bussie Kissies
Buster

Turbo the Sibe said...

Yeah, that Roo Roo...you never know what she'll be up to!

Tierre said...

Haven't seen them here in Virginia. Coming soon, I'll be moving to the new Blogger before they get rid of the "beta" from their name (I read it from Blogger Buzz).

Freda said...

Hey Tubey,

I tried postin' this at your place before and Blogger (Beta) blocked me out completelys! Luckily I saved it. May have to switch sooner than I think. I think I found my secretary's problem. I also posted this in my comments.

My dad saw some reeeeallys cooool aurora borealis in Nebraska way, way, way backs in the futures (1950s). The whole skys was orange. I said it was a forests fires, but he said that Nebraska does (or did) have the largest man-made forest but that it wasn't on fires then. And when we lived in Colorado, we lived in a city called Aurora. Cooools.

When Mom and Dad lived in Alaska they saw a lot of the tiny thin one two one two (ones), but nothin' likes the Nebraska lights.

I've read your barks about Beta. Will hang on with the original as long as I can.
WHAT A PAIN, Blogger!

IndyPindy said...

I updated too. I couldn't leave comments for you or AO4 or Holly!

I'm so jealous that you are all near each other!

Turbo the Sibe said...

Freda, my Human has seen a bunch of Aurora Borealis when she was living in Canada. But when Roo Roo came to live with us, we saw the Aurora Borealis here that night. That's why Roo's real name is "Aurora Borealis."

Indy, too bad you aren't closer, but there are a lot of husky bloggers out your way, too!