Bear and I just returned from a paradisal walk out at the Refuge. It was cold, windy and hundreds of geese and cranes. This might be the best thing in the world for both of us.
A few weeks ago I noticed a bird that had been taken down by a fox or maybe another bird. I kept Bear away from it until today. She found it, rolled in its proximity and was very happy finally to get some of that on her actual fur — but not much and mingled with snow. When the wind is like it was today, and I stop, Bear gets between the wind and me and leans like she’s a windbreak.
I guess she is, kind of.
Featured photo is Mt. Blanca…
This is looking toward a pond near the entrance to the Refuge. My goal was a video of the sounds of the wind and the clamor of geese and cranes, but I got lucky and got some video of cranes, too.
9 thoughts on “Great Walk with Bear”
That is some kinda wind!
‘a paradisal walk’–that sounds wonderful. Bear is some kind of wonderful, too.
Yes she is. She’s my favorite being in the whole world. ❤️🐾
What a wonderful walk Martha and so lovely to hear the cranes too! Wishing you a blessed rest of the day and please give sweet Bear and Teddy a big pat from us all 🐾❤🐾 xxx
I will — and love to beautiful Misty ❤️🐾
“Gee, thanks for letting me roll in dead stuff, Martha!”
“Almost any time Bear!”
wow, that wind!
I know… 🌬️
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