Anonymous/Philip said...Broadcasting LIVE, from: ~small beginnings~ it is the Cleo & philip Show!"Cleo, tell the audience what your first 24 hours in ~small beginnings~ was like"CLEO: "ReOwwwww!!! sniff, sniff,Sniff, SNIFF? MEoOww"!………< snip >
………Well there you have it Ladies and Gentlemen, it appears that philip, and with some minor reservations, Cleo "(meow)....sniff, sniff" have spent there first night in their New Home, ~small beginnings~ and all is well...Thank you Cleo, for your true feelings, and I hope you settle down and enjoy your new home....
Philip, glad you’ve got the place ready and spent your first night there, hope you’re adjusting to the change in surroundings more easily than Cleo the cat sounds to be! I’m sure he’ll settle in, given time.
colspt said...How far are they from home and is it far enough away from trouble? What about the skin they stashed, is it lost now too?
They’re probably five or six miles from home, right now. The skin is stashed between them and home, so if they end up getting to go back by anything like the route they took to get to the ridge, they ought to be able to retrieve it.
Nancy1340 said...Dang'it FOTH! Your mean, leaving us hanging like that. LOL
Thanks…I think. :)
Kellie said...oh no he did not! he did not just shrug her question off!! lol! Good thing Liz is getting to know him real well!their communication seems to be improving on Liz's part but not so sure about Einar's part! hehehehe! sounds about normal.are they not worried about any glare off the glass of the binoculars? How would you "shade" them to prevent that?
You could make long shields of tree bark to help keep the sun off of them, but still have to be careful not to let sunlight glint off of them. Not a problem for them at the moment, as they’re in the shade of the timber.
And yes, Einar did avoid answering her question, but he couldn’t figure out exactly what she might be asking, so thought it wisest to keep quiet!
Anonymous/Meplat said...Drat! There are not supposed to be cliffs in meadows!
There are in the meadows we’ve got out here, sometimes! Surely you’ve seen a vertical meadow before…
Anonymous said...Hmm...What could be whitish colored that high up? A herd of mountian goats or bighorn sheep maybe? I hope it's not some hunting party!
One never knows…