Life On and Off an Acreage

In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.

Two things that horses are scared about:

1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move

November 12, 2012

Out of the Mist

This little fellow was probably driven away from Mama by a Bull looking to mate. He didn't stick around long, just enough to get one picture off the back deck. From the neck bell, I would say a one year old bull that hasn't developed his antlers. 


7 comments:

Alica said...

Not just anyone can say they saw a moose in their back yard!!

Joyce S said...

Never knew about the neck bell. We've had a couple of those big guys hanging around of late as well, and also an elk trying to mate with cattle that has become a local sensation, might have to do a post on that one!

Joyce S said...

Never knew about the neck bell. We've had a couple of those big guys hanging around of late as well, and also an elk trying to mate with cattle that has become a local sensation, might have to do a post on that one!

peihome said...

Hi Ian, gosh, I just caught up on (a lot) of your blog! And I finally subscribed via email (duh!).
Nice snowfalls you've been having! Loved the snow pics.
Congrats on your winter kill. Nothing tastier than venison, mmm.
Hopefully you'll get a break in the weather. The last couple days here have been so warm, but it won't last!

christian soldier said...

Ian-I like your horse-I have one with quite a similar face-in my back yard-He always makes me smile!

Carol-CS

Annnightflyer said...

Wow a moose,Orion hasn't even seen a squirrel,I'd hate to see what he would do around a moose.I've never seen a moose up close either.It must be something Ian to live in a place with such an abundance of wildlife!

Terry said...

Very cool!