When sitting down for an early dinner, I didn't expect to see a bobcat saunter down the creek bed. Click for photos and a video of this amazing sight!
It has been a wild travel month. When I first wrote this, I had just returned from Wisconsin and was on my way to New Jersey and New York. What I didn't know was that it was actually Thursday, not Wednesday, so here we are two weeks later! Not wanting to miss anything while I... Continue Reading →
Since I live in Colorado, I'm always on the lookout for wildlife. I've spotted them on hikes, while skiing, or through a car window. Prehistoric porcupines, bear, elk, common deer, bighorn sheep, you name it. But this year, my wild life has gotten wilder. Several otherwise elusive creatures have made appearances in the most unlikely... Continue Reading →
In a recent post, Roxy, my fearless Bichon, attacked a hapless and humongous coyote and lived to perch on the back of my couch another day. How she got away with only four puncture wounds, we'll never know. She is all healed up and has become a house dog for the winter. This is not... Continue Reading →
We all can be impulsive from time to time. We don't think before speaking or can behave recklessly. I size up most situations, but sometimes it's difficult to anticipate the reactions to our actions. I'll never understand my dog, Roxy. She's a Bichon who is pint-sized at a whomping fifteen pounds of fur and energy.... Continue Reading →
I have always wanted to shoot a moose... with my camera. They are huge animals which can be aggressive and dangerous. They are also majestic and fearless, qualities I have always admired. A few years ago, I freaked out and fumbled with my phone as a cow and her calf pranced by the liftline in... Continue Reading →
Have you wanted to commit to exercise, but can't seem to get into a routine? Here's what's working for me. Take the 90 day Wild Rider Fitness Challenge. It ends on September 8th with a Wild Party. It's super easy. Really! Exercise two or more times a week and get outside at least once. That's... Continue Reading →
I peered out the window through bleary eyes while sipping my first cup of coffee and assumed my Bichon Roxy had carried something into the yard from a wastebasket. She has a doggie door. I’ve found socks and other sundry items, including underwear, scattered about our lawn, but it’s been a while. Later in the... Continue Reading →