Saturday, October 31, 2009

Favorite Fall Things...

As I don't celebrate Halloween, I thought I'd share some of my favorite fall things to do.

I went apple picking for the first time this year, it's my new favorite fall activity.

Trips to New Hampshire in the fall for Leaf Peeping.

Sunday, October 25, 2009

Scruffy's puppy, new door and old sink...

As you know, my little brother Scruffy has been visiting again. Well, the other day, mom came home with a surprise for him. She knows how much my Brother T wants a dog. He really is so busy and not home enough to care for one right now. She also knew that Scruffy shares the same dream. So, when she had what she's calling "the puppy adoption option" with her Happy Meal*, she knew just what to do. She thought Scruffy should be the one to have him.

Scruffy was so excited. Mom told him he'd have to get permission

Thursday, October 15, 2009

Fall and Apple Picking...

Fall is my favorite time of year! We had an early hard frost on Saturday night it was mid to upper 20's. Brrrrrr! The weatherbears said it was unseasonably cold, it usually doesn't get this cold till Novembear.

Last Sunday was a beautiful crisp fall day. The trees are really just starting to change by us. But after that cold snap they will be changing fast. Mom was wanting to take a ride and see if there was more color on the trees. So dad drove us north to Woodstock to see what we could see. On the way we did see a few trees that were changing.

We ooooooo'd and ahhhhh'd appropriately.

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Visiting, Art and New Bear Orientation...

Recently we took a little ride up to my Aunt and Uncle's. We had to deliver a rug. Scruffy and I took the opportunity to visit with the Peoria Girls, Allysa and Winnie. Perhaps, they should now be known as the girls formerly from Peoria.

Allysa introduced Scruffy to her little friend, Odie.

Monday, October 5, 2009

A momma black bear with her paws full...

A friend of moms, who also loves bears, sent us a forwarded email. It's about a momma black bear in New Hampshire, and a photographer named Tom Sears.

His story goes like this:

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Hidden feelings...

Bearthday cakes just keep getting more and more creative don't they?

This cartoon arrived in my email back in August. I was reminded of it when my friend Woodstock recently posted a rather twisted cartoon. I realize, that I already referenced his cartoon previously, thank-you for your indulgence. I'm not sure which is more disturbing. Hummmmm, maybe in this case it's just a matter of forgiveness?

Still busy orientating new bears around here. I'll report more on that front next time.

Grr-bye for now,