If you live in Ontario Canada I just found the perfect “She Shed”. Not only is it a bunkie but it’s also a log cabin bunkie. How awesome this would be to win. It’s a $9,000.0lo0 value.
Most years my mother in law lives with us during the summer months. I know she’d love to live in this.
If you’d like to enter please follow my link.
Winner will be announced on Sunday, February 16th, 2020 at 7:30 pm.
Good luck to everyone that enters.
The mama bear and her cub were getting tired, so they stopped for the night. They were traveling towards Churchill, Manitoba on Hudson Bay, the polar bear capital of the world. Here they would be able to hunt for ringed seals. Sadly, not knowing about climate change, the ice normally on Hudson Bay was late coming this year.
The bears are hungry
Ice to appear soon
When arriving in Churchill they came upon many other polar bears and new friendships began.
Finally, when the ice formed, it was game on for seal hunting.
Still many would die.
This was written for a flash fiction challenge (even though true) over at Carrot Ranch. This weeks prompt was to write about (in 99 words, no more, no less) the absence of ice.
Each year Orillia has a different theme for street art.
The theme for this year is going to be “Off The Chain” which should be interesting to see what people come up with.
Local artists get together each year and create something for that years theme.
I took this photo from our truck as we were passing by the sign in New Brunswick, Canada. These signs are posted every so many miles as they have a very large moose population. Both my husband and I were on the lookout because a moose can do a lot of damage to a car. The male moose can reach up to 1500 pounds.
This post is for Friday Foto Fun – Serious Signs.