No No Wyatt!
Wildlife...not Wild Life
Elk we spotted yesterday on Hwy 101
Just happily grazing a few feet from the highway.
Sunday, behind our grocery store...
They look like a Beaver or an Otter, but with a skinny tail.
"Stanzie, shut your yap trap."
"Your scaring him away!"
Back to work...
Checking on my spinach.
Where are you?
Mmmmm, More Berries fur ME!!
Happy Digging, You Wild Thing!!
Ah no fair! You get to garden already! Our garden is still covered with snow :( Amazing wildlife - those elk are BIG!ReplyDelete
Woo must live in The Wild Wild Pacific Northwest!
BOL! You sure ARE a wild thing!ReplyDelete
Oh elk are so beautiful!!!! You guys have such fun creatures up there... We just have coyotes, and lizards... Occasional bobcats... Are nutria big? How cool!!!!ReplyDelete
cool wildlife you saw!ReplyDelete
Wild Life, he he.ReplyDelete
I didn't know you had Nutria in Oregon. I saw a lot of them in the Louisiana swamp lands. I wish I could start some gardening too. It is suppose to be only 4 degrees tonight and is a cold 10 degrees right now but feels colder.
Oooo...I luved all your wildlife! I watched a show abouts those nutria creatures but I'm surprised you have them where you live. I thought they only lived in Lucy-Anna. That's SO neat!ReplyDelete
Oh, and I also liked your other "wild life," too. heehee!
Wiggles & Wags,
You live in the coolest place, Wyatt!ReplyDelete
You are an amazing watcher of wildlife. I'd like to be able to just watch like you do! (Hootie would only be a nuisance, like Stanzie!) Cool pictures!!ReplyDelete
Smooches from pooches,
ps-Did you send us your mailing address yet?? If not, send to cassiejo(AT)juno(DOT)com
Hi Wyatt, it looks like you're going to be busy with that compost. You wouldn't want to run in to one of those Elk in your car would you!ReplyDelete
We girls have a lot to say, Wyatt!ReplyDelete
You tell him, Stanzie!
Love ya lots
Wow, such cool wild life! You could be a wild life photographer!ReplyDelete
I have never seen any of those things! That beaver looks bigger than me!ReplyDelete
Your pal, Pip
That's so fun that you get to see all that wildlife. I hope you and Stanzie didn't bark at all of them like crazy Riley would!ReplyDelete
Elyse and Riley
Dos are awfully BIG doggies dere on da highway. Hopes dey don't go onto da highway!ReplyDelete
Dear Wyatt- I love your wild side- wish i was closer to it.ReplyDelete
Love Miss Maisy the ungroomed , very unshow like Wheaten- who knows she is loved being just the way she is!
What great pictures you showed us today! :)
Woofs and Licks,
Every time we visit your blog, we're just itching for Spring! Are nutria considered pests near you, or just wildlife? We don't know a lot about them, but the one person we had talked to about them seemed to view them unfavorably. We don't have nutria or elk here around us!ReplyDelete
I'm up to 405, but I didn't get to walk today. Hopefully Mom will put on her rain boots and my rain coat and take me tomorrow night even though it's supposed to be raining!
How cool you saw elk! We have a lot of Beavers in our town. They are the OSU variety! BOL!ReplyDelete
Wyatt and StanzieReplyDelete
You live in the most intewesting place I nevew get to see wildlife..how cool!!! Thank you fow shawing.
Kisses and hugs
I haven't seen any of those things either. And I don't think I've ever seen an elk, or even a beaver, outside of the zoo. I love seeing what it's like where everyone lives.ReplyDelete
Wyatt we don't have those big elk horsies here. COOLReplyDelete
benny & Lily
Oh goodness, we hope the Elk don't roam onto the road.ReplyDelete
Noah Willow Tess Lucy
Great wildlife. You'd better CHASE those elk away from the dangerous road.....we love to chase things.ReplyDelete
That Nutria looks very interesting. We'd like to see one of those, too.
XXXOOO Daisy, kendra & Bella
My mummy said wild life is not for me! You're so lucky that you've wild life and wildlife!!!ReplyDelete
Wyatt .. you are gardening already! I want to live where you live... mommy's gardens are still covered with 3-4 feet of snow..thats lots and lots of doggie paws.... I can't wait to get outside and garden too!!ReplyDelete
We have deer that roam our property ... those Elk look really cool ...Paws & Licks , Dolce
Elk, otters, and adult juices.... what a wild life indeed!! You are so lucky you get to dig without being fussed at!! heheReplyDelete
They do exist here as well. Mama has been sitting with me for hours until they got the Babynutrias before the lens. There is also a beaver. Is larger, but we have never seen him before. Only the gnawed trees.
The elk are terrific!
Lots of love
Dad is doing okay, Wyatt. He still has issues. He and mom will visit with his doctor tomorrow to see if they can't put the tinman back together again.ReplyDelete
Love ya lots
Maggie and Mitch
Wyatt you sure do have a lot of critters around you place.. They look so beautiful..ReplyDelete
Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie
Oh, this reminds us so much of our trip out West last year! Lots of wild critters!ReplyDelete
That's so cool that you grow your own spinach! Mom buys ours at the store ;)
The Road Dogs
Oh you have the best wildlife!!! All I get to chase are birds, groundhogs, chipmunks and those pesky squirrels!!! Can't wait to start planting our stuff!ReplyDelete
Those are some super cool animals!ReplyDelete
Cool wildlife Wyatt! Elk and a Nutria! Excellent! Thanks for sharin pal :DReplyDelete
Waggin at ya,
Wow..you got some fabulous wildlife there Wyatt!ReplyDelete
Spot of diggin going on here but not the sort thats wanted! LOL
Big Nose Pokes