Even my attitude has improved with the new snow. I put the critter cam back out in the woods not far from the house and just as I started to head back I heard a low mournful howl. I heard the neighbors' huskies earlier and it took a moment to register that it was no dog I was hearing. I would guess it was about 1/4 to 1/2 half mile away in a different direction than where people are. The new fallen snow had put a muffle on any extraneous noise. Always nice to hear our neighbor wolves. This is the view from the deck this afternoon. It is still snowing lightly. This part of the deck has been cleared twice
After a little time in the Great Outdoors I come into the house where Stitch and the Cooker are putting up the Christmas desecrations. This is a family affair and everyone wants to contribute. Bella the cat is doing her holiday impression of Judy Garland.
I'm glad some people like to hear wolves.Heck! I'd like to see wolves!ReplyDelete
Dingoes are not the same!
And newly fallen snow makes everything look pretty and quiet.
The thing that gets me about cats is that they know just how cute they look!ReplyDelete
The cat engulfed in garland looks FABULOUS. You don't get much more fabulous than that unless you're Cher.ReplyDelete
Jono, your Bella looks almost exactly like my Dolly Gee Squeakers (formerly of the Humane Society Squeakers).ReplyDelete
And so glad you came back around to my blog -- I've been looking for you for a while now and often get linked to a dead end. It's weird...
I've added you to my blog roll so I shall never miss you again. :-)
Ah, I adore the kitty in tinsel photo! :)ReplyDelete
We do have some wolves around here, but of course there are many more coyotes. I always like hearing them at night (as long as they aren't near my henhouse!)
Your snow is looking pretty.
dinahmow, I don't imagine the dingoes have as nice a voice.ReplyDelete
PP, the quiet is the best part.
Professor, and they know how to work it.
Ahab, I look to the cats for instruction as I have no sense of style myself.
Pearl, I always love your cat stories. I read you regularly, but don't comment very often. Maybe I should get more verbose.
Knatolee, she did it by herself! Around here coyotes and wolves don't get along. One comes, the other goes.
I don't do christmas and I hate snow as much as all the rain we get here.ReplyDelete
Your black cat looks like our koshka Krasotka. Judy Garland is priceless.ReplyDelete