Thursday, October 20, 2011

Post post script

Sorry I've left some of you hanging on the bear story.  He/she never came back again, which more than surprised us.  Needless to say, we are grateful.  I hope it manages to find enough food to hibernate this winter and grow up to be a strong and healthy bear in another summer...a summer that is more fruitful than the one we've just finished, that is.

I've been busy relocating again these last few days.  I brought two huge suitcases of spinning fiber with me this time; I will post on that soon as I can find my camera.  And to fight the early morning geriatric crowd at the grocery store (that would include me, BTW).



Kim said...

I'm glad Mr. Grizzly seems to have moved on. I was at the grocery store last night. I should do a post on pet peeves because that store would generate a ton of them. Why do people park their cart on a angle, blocking the entire aisle and then completely ignore people while they stare at a can of peas???? Arrrgh (Lol)

Courtney said...

Ooo, spinning fiber. Now you have my attention! What are you going to do with it? I'm glad the bear wandered off to quieter areas!

RuthieJ said...

good news about the bruin (hopefully it didn't come to a bad end anywhere else!)
Have fun spinning!

Dee said...

Goodness, that poor bear is certainly suffereing from the drought as you said but you guys be safe. It seems that the drought has pushed many of our animals here in Texas into desperate situations. Hope your move goes well. Are you moving local or out to San Diego? Your life there in Taos sounds like it is so wonderful.

Taos Sunflower said...

Hi Dee: Thanks for stopping by. Glad to hear you're on the mend!
I'm spending about six weeks in San Diego and then back to Taos for about the same amount of I have the best of two worlds...the beach and the mountains. Best, Martie