This Wild Wednesday features huge wild cats, silly dogs, skiing and snowboarding, and lots of snow in Colorado.
My Arlo outdoor camera has recorded all kinds of wildlife this year. My favorite is the big bobcat that has hung out since last summer. I’ve kept the doggie door closed since my poofy Bichon, Roxy is no match for any of the critters that lurk throughout the day. The snow hasn’t kept them from lurking in the yard to mark their territory.
Check out the video! While the wild cats prowled, Roxy trotted into the kitchen and surprised us. She is hilarious and a showoff.
I know! That cat is huge. How did you like Roxy’s outfit?
It’s been a snowy start to the season. November closed out the month with tons of snow. It’s nice when it’s light and fluffy. Not so great when twenty inches meltdown to fifteen.
Scrape and fill that shovel.
Lift the heavy white stuff without losing any.
And then give it the old heave-ho! Then do it again and again and again and…
I had help. In fact, Danny shoveled for about three hours. Tell me about it! He wouldn’t take a break, come inside for a while, or drink water. Somehow, he survived.
The skiing has been amazing for preseason. I’m feeling stronger than ever. Rehab works!
I’ve never been to Keystone when Lake Dillon was open. See it in the background in the shot below? Here’s another live video. I’m in red skiing ahead of Kelly.
There’s more snow on the way this Thursday. It looks like a great start to ski season. Are you with me? Let’s go skiing!
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