The Big Piney Woods Cats

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Roman Nose Lake


Momma and Daddy took a drive into the mountains in the metal monster a few days ago.. On their way up, they saw this sign. Yes, that is snow!!!


I am not sure, but I think this is more fearsome than vishus deers.


They went to this pretty mountain lake. We can see it from the Big Piney Woods (look in our sidebar on the right with me and Mitten's silhouettes, just under our double picture ~About The Calicos~, and you will see the white peak with snow on it; that is what you see in the picture above, but the snow is mostly gone now.) She also said, with the rain we are getting today, it is probably really snowing up there now. It took them 2 hours to drive to it. Momma said they went back and forth, up higher and higher. She didn't see any vishus bears.

~Patches Lady~


Posted by One Of The Girls at 6:50 AM

13 Comments

  • Blogger Eric and Flynn posted at 7:09 AM  
    It looks very pretty there. Mum says when she and dad went to Alaska a fe years ago, they went for a walk along a trail on their own and there was a sign warning that it was bear country, and to make some noise so as not to surprise the bears. Dad says mum was yap, yap, yapping non stop so the bears knew they were there. He said she yapped that much she nearly gave him earache. Mum said she wasn't taking any chances about surprising any bears though.
  • Blogger Shaggy, Scooby and Scout posted at 8:42 AM  
    Oh what a pretty place to live!
    How come Pooh Bear isn't on that sign? He's a bear too.
    Oh, he lives in the Hundred Acre Woods. Is that close by? We'd kinda like to meet him.
  • Blogger The Crew posted at 10:41 AM  
    What beautiful scenery. It looks like a post card.
  • Blogger Queen Snickers and Empress posted at 11:26 AM  
    Visus bears? Scary! I like teddy bears much better.
  • Blogger Daisy posted at 2:17 PM  
    I think it is amazingly beautiful where you live! I never knew Grizzlies and Black Bears had different footprints. That's very interesting.
  • Blogger Cheysuli and gemini posted at 3:23 PM  
    That looks lovely. However I am quite glad to hear that your people encountered no bears.
  • Blogger Derby posted at 6:09 PM  
    I prefer my bears as teddy bears. Soft, cuddley and non-threatening.
  • Blogger William posted at 7:27 PM  
    I don't think I'd like bears. I have my paws full with a sister who's got a kangaroo in her! Sure is pretty, though!
  • Blogger Camie's Kitties posted at 8:53 PM  
    Mom says that when she was in Idaho, she did see a bear. She was camping in an old fire lookout and saw one in the morning. And then they went to Canada, and saw one walking along the highway there. They had to warn some hikers who were coming toward it. We think you are right - bears are more vishus than deer.

    Tavi, Cody, Camie and Miss Jade
  • Blogger jenianddean posted at 8:24 AM  
    That is a beautiful view. But I would be nervous about those bears. They could probably swallow one of us whole!
    --Jasper
  • Blogger Everycat posted at 9:21 AM  
    What beautiful scenery. I'm not sure about the bears, I think they might be slightly fierce, especially if I was fishing for their salmon!

    Whicky Wuudler
  • Blogger Skeeter, LC, and Ayla posted at 1:33 PM  
    Ooh, we heard that bears EAT deer. So they MUST keep a place safe from vishus deer. Mebbe we should keep one in our yard!
  • Blogger HotMBC and Robyn posted at 7:09 PM  
    Those vishus bears do sound scary. Please stay away from them Mistrie!
    Purrrrrrrrrs,
    your bestest bud Gree
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