Posted by: ladybughugs | November 25, 2008

…BEARS, oh my! (part two)

It was a normal Sunday morning. I took the kids to church and stopped at the golden arches for a quick lunch on the way home. When we got home we had about 45 minutes to turn around and head out for a cub scout service project. We were supposed to rake leaves, a service the cub scouts had donated to the school’s tricky tray. It was cold and Scout wanted me to make and bring hot chocolate so I was in the kitchen, stirring constantly. I missed a lot of the excitement.

Neighbors yard across the street.

Neighbors yard across the street.

The man in the foreground is one of our town’s finest. I think he’s talking with his two buddies. Does he look concerned? He’s not. They left before the visitors.

Ahhhhh!

Ooooh, ooooh!

Ahhhhh!

Ahhhhh!

She and her cub wandered back and forth between the neighbors yards across the street.

Did you look both ways, mama bear?

Did you look both ways, mama bear?

I don’t she had to look both ways. A body like that stops traffic, you know. Literally.

Next door neighbors back yard.

Next door neighbors back yard.

Um, I don’t think Mr. B wants you messing in his garden.

Baby bear, following mama.

Baby bear, following mama.

The scout leader was very understanding when we told him why we were late.

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  1. Wow – bears in your yard – oh my is right! Good thing there’s a second floor … I’d be scared they’d see me through a window and want to come in to “play!”

    Nope, no second floor…and Lil’bug wanted to go outside with H in the worst way! She was jumping up and down and crashing into things. She could not be contained! The bears really want nothing to do with us. They’re (mostly) vegetarians, except what they find in the garbage. ~lbh


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