Monday, March 11, 2013

Look Out for Moose

     Monday morning hits hard after returning to standard time... I actually "snoozed" twice, normally awaking far before the gong chimes.
     Yesterday was a snowy-blizzard-type day, one to remain indoors and knit (for me). 
     What a gorgeous day today is. Clear blue sky with Mt. Redoubt in its glory appearing across Cook Inlet. 
     The photo below was taken with my "on-hand" camera, the iPhone5, through my vehicle window on my way to work! Smiles.

12 comments:

Kaisievic said...

Now, that is a sight to see on your way to work!

yaya said...

That trumps anything I've ever seen on my drive in to work! Beautiful!

CatieAn said...

how cool is that?

okcamp said...

Seeing wildlife is always a thrill. Lucky you.
Diane

Diana Seal said...

Pretty awesome!

Bead and Needle said...

BULLWINKLE in the morning! Would LOVE to see that - these city folk in Vegas don't know what they're missing. Hate Daylight Savings Time Weekend, too...hope the week gets better for you AND me! Happy Monday, Karen...Tanya

Christine Nees said...

I agree we need to watch out for these long legged animals!!!
Chris :o)

Acorn to Oak said...

The time change always takes us a few weeks to get used to too. I wish they'd just leave the time like this and stop changing it. I think Arizona and Hawaii already do that. Seems like a nice idea.

How cool that you get too see moose where you live! I want to see one someday so bad. They're so cute! I've heard they can charge at people. Do they ever charge at cars or do they just go about their business unless someone upsets them?

111 LaLa Lane said...

He's huge! How awesome to see such on your way to work.

vicki said...

OMGosh- that's amazing! This morning I almost hit a deer on the middle of the road as I was driving to work! You win though-- the moose is bigger!!
Vicki

Liz Deck said...

WOWSER!
huge.

Judy Reynolds said...

That looks like a perfect, crisp winter morning there! I have fond memories of having the moose in the yard there in Soldotna.