Archive for the ‘wildlife’ Category

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 27, 2014

Are your eyes bigger than your tummy?  Please, eat responsibly.

Have a safe and happy day!

…for tomorrow is another story.  Maybe we’ll get snow on the beach!?  (It’s rare, that’s why we get excited about it.)

Here’s the weather alert for the north and central Oregon Coast:

A SHARP COLD FRONT IS EXPECTED TO MOVE THROUGH THE REGION FROM THE NORTH ON FRIDAY AND FRIDAY EVENING. SNOW LEVELS WILL BE HIGH INITIALLY…BUT WILL FALL SHARPLY BEHIND THE COLD FRONTAL PASSAGE. POST FRONTAL SHOWERS MAY FALL AS A MIX OF RAIN AND SNOW DOWN TO THE VALLEY FLOOR AT TIMES FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY. PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED TO END BY SATURDAY NIGHT. GUSTY OFFSHORE FLOW IS THEN EXPECTED TO DEVELOP SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY. THIS OFFSHORE FLOW WILL USHER IN FRIGID CONDITIONS AS IT PULLS IN AIR FROM AN ARCTIC AIR MASS ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE CASCADES.

Even wildlife balances their natural beauty with man-made ornaments

November 22, 2014

If you sport a new style, you’ve got to expect some attention.

bull elk with cows

doot-doo-doo

Some will like it and some may not.

curious cow elk looking at bull

Hey George! What’s with the weird antler ornament?

Some fashion statements are purely accidental.  Roll with it.

bull elk with twine hanging from antlers

I had a fight with a bale of hay.

If you have naturally curly hair, you know that it gets curlier in high humidity.  Embrace your natural beauty.

bull elk with twine hanging from antlers

Don’t you think it goes well with my coat?

Dude, no one else can pull off that style!


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