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#HubsPhoto Moose Encounter

I like the look on his or her face.

yard moose

Yard Moose A moose (Alces alces,) is eating willow branches that a property owner cut back near his house in Wilson Wyoming. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

I just felt like we needed a moose today. Don’t ask me why, because I don’t know. My sister had a close encounter with a moose earlier this year, but I’ve only had distant ones and nothing recently. This is probably not a bad thing, because moose can be dangerous and unpredictable. And they are BIG.

But I still like the look on this one’s face. He or she looks wise and thoughtful. Or maybe it senses the camera lens focused on it and it considering what to do about it. (He didn’t do anything, so maybe he or she was contemplating moose problems.)

Are you for or against the moose? (LOL)

Perilously yours,


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