Caption this: Dog finds a new use for a snowblower


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Anyone could use a snowblower to clear snow from a driveway or a sidewalk. But it takes ingenuity, an adventurous spirit and, above all, a deep commitment to eating to stand on top of a snow drift with one’s mouth open in order to catch the snow displaced by said snowblower.

We salute this dog -- a resident of Jamestown, N.D., who was caught on camera by a Jamestown Sun photographer a few years back during a two-day blizzard -- for making the best of things and finding a way to enjoy a wintry day. We can only hope that he got a chance to go sledding to make his snow day complete. On second thought, scratch that -- dogs don’t need sleds to slide on snow!


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-- Lindsay Barnett