A moose standing on one side of the fence in our back yard . . .
. . . with her babies on the other side.
Don't worry. A little ol' fence won't keep this mother . . .
. . . away from her twins!
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Dinner last night: salmon patties with creamed peas, green salad
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Hurray for the moose! I'm thrilled to see the babies. I think you should start a new blog - all moose all the time!
Very nice. I loved the video. That song was cute.
Were you actually outside taking that video? I thought that was really dangerous!
I'm having enough problems with this wild chicken digging up my vegetable patch. You may keep your 700-pound moose, thank you.
When I saw that first picture, I thought "How in the world do you expect that fence to keep out that moose?" Then I saw that you don't, and it didn't.
Oh, com'n. It's hard to feel upset about the moose in your yard when there are darling little baby moose.
Oh I love how you snapped the pic as she was jumping the fence!
I always show the kids your moose pics and they always beg me to bring moose to our yard. No thanks! I just planted a garden. I'd rather fight off bunnies and squirrels. :P
Oh Kim, you got such awesome baby pics of the moose's papooses! I love them. And the timing on that job was perfect. And I thought I liked horse jumping...lol.
You missed your opportunity, Girl. When you said nothing keeps a mama away from her twins, i was expecting to see a picture of YOU with your girls. LOL.
I'm reminded of the time Cheri and I encountered a HUGE moose coming home from one of her friends' house. I don't think anyone can tire of moose pics. as a matter of fact, the security word is moose. jk
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