The Big Piney Woods Cats

Monday, October 30, 2006

Out My Window

This is my window. I can watch the leaves fall, the birds in the hemlocks, and Daddy working. Well, yesterday, look at what I saw....
Yes, snow! Momma says that is where the furless ones strap sticks to the bottom of their feet, and slide down the mountain. That field had 15 elk in it, the other day, but I missed seeing them.

Posted by One Of The Girls at 7:06 AM


  • Blogger Gemini posted at 7:49 AM  
    Oh what a beautiful view you have from your window, Precious Flower! Momma said she sometimes passes elk on her way to work--well once so far.

    She said maybe someday she will be one of the furless ones on those boards that you see from your window. At least I'll know there's someone I can trust keeping an eye on her!
  • Blogger The Meezers posted at 7:49 AM  
    elk? we readed about those - they are like really big vishus deer! you has a beautiful view out your window!
  • Blogger DEBRA posted at 8:43 AM  
    Deep sigh...what a boo-tee-full view yu have out yur window Precious. It is as boo-tee-full as yu!

  • Blogger Scooby, Shaggy & Scout posted at 9:10 AM  
    That is truly a window on the world you have there. We can see why you all like the Big Piney Woods so much.
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 10:41 AM  
    You have a great window! I don't see that much looking out my window, we live in a city. But there are lots of people who walk by and I can look down on them as they go by. Sometimes there is even a dog on a leash!

    --- Beezer
  • Anonymous Anonymous posted at 11:15 AM  
    Oh you have such a great view. We are very jealous. Do you think your Mom will let us live with you also? - the 2Bs
  • Blogger Junior posted at 12:25 PM  
    Very nice view!!! Be careful of those elk!
  • Blogger Rascal posted at 12:49 PM  
    What great pictures! Lucky you!
  • Blogger Grr, Midnight & Cocoa posted at 2:57 PM  
    oooh - that's furry purrty! we kin see the nay-burr's roof, an sum power lines, an if we's lucky - fev-vers!
  • Blogger The Tower Hill Mob posted at 3:10 PM  
    What a beautiful view! Aren't you thankful that you're inside, nice and warm, looking out?
    We wish we were with you!
    Tilly, Toby and the Mum
  • Blogger nels, ed, nitro, and/or xing posted at 3:17 PM  
    that is a furry beautyful window on the world you have there, little precious. we are glad you are on the inside, though.

    but be on the lookout for those elks; they're nuthin' but vishus deers on steroids! you should invest in some vishus deer repelunt from mao & rocky. nitro got some in his prize package, and by golly, that stuff would keep GODZILLA away!! mom's FURRY sorry she squirted it in the house . . .
  • Blogger Edsel/The Pooch posted at 3:24 PM  
    wht a lovely view you have. ours is just out on the back yard or the front yard. but you have those big huge hills!!!!
  • Blogger one of us posted at 4:03 PM  
    How furry beautiful and what's an elk? ~Merlin, Shadow, KO kO
  • Blogger Derby posted at 4:46 PM  
    That is a wonderful view from your window. You can see furry far, if you can see the mountains.
  • Blogger PrincessMia posted at 6:54 PM  
    Stay warm, dear Mistrie. I'll be thinking of you.
  • Blogger Max posted at 9:16 PM  
    Snow is Evil. It has to be, we had it in Ohio, and Ohio was Evil.
  • Anonymous Kelly Cat posted at 3:55 AM  
    As a formerly homeless cat, I'm glad to see Precious inside and safe and well-loved. She has a beautiful view, too.
  • Blogger Beau Beau & Angie posted at 4:04 AM  
    What a wonderful view. Those Elks gots to be big too! Be careful they don't step on Mistrie!
  • Blogger Fat Eric posted at 1:30 PM  
    Those are furry beautiful pictures. What a lovely place. My mum and dad saw elk when they were visiting Uncle Sim in Montana a few years ago. And they saw some more when they went to Yellowstone.
  • Blogger Anita posted at 2:12 PM  
    The landscape you seen from your window is very beautiful!!
  • Blogger Feline Oligarchy posted at 6:48 PM  
    What a beautiful view you have in the Big Piney Woods, Precious! We're not sure about that snow stuff. Blackie used to live where they had it and he says living where they don't have it is better. -- Alberta, Sky, Blackie, Charlie and Maggie Fu
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