Male Black Cat patron.
Female Black Cat patron unfortunately married to the male Black Cat patron shown above.
Jon, male Black Cat patron doing the crossword puzzle before leaving to not cook in the local high school's kitchen. He makes great soup, however, so maybe they ought to let him cook.
Black phase gray squirrel.
*Look in the upper right of the photo. He's on a sapling going up. Or you can
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The red, or pine, squirrel. This little terror is the scourge of the bird feeders. He/she will challenge any other creature, no matter how big. Yesterday, while my Flip video camera sat quietly in my man purse, a red chased a gray, at least twice as big as the red, all the way across the front yard, across the driveway, & a few yards into the woods. I kill red squirrels. I don't eat them, but I use the hide & tail for fly tying. Gray squirrels are great for fly tying as well, plus they are good eating. There is a bit of a problem in the coldH2Owi household concerning the killing of gray squirrels, however, so I don't shoot them, although I really want to shoot one.
The sauna in snow.
The Brunsweiler River again.
The Daily Doe, sneaking up version.
Bonus pic. This is the first buck of 2010 caught on one of my game cameras.
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