A ground squirrel hiding in the target bag?
Very cool dude….
8,500 foot elevation, but the temperature reaches 83 degrees. Our neighbor discovers a way to escape the heat.
Just another beautiful evening at our cabin…..🏡
Arriving at our cabin for a rainy-day work weekend, we count ourselves so lucky to have such a wonderful retreat.
Two pair of geese mating on the beaver pond, then the beaver makes a dramatic appearance as the rain falls heavily.
New shooting gear! Even the drizzly cold weather doesn’t dampen my excitement. Getting prepared for my 2017 horseback elk hunt! Labradar Chronograph and Lead Sled+ make shooting much more fun and setup much less time consuming. Unfortunately, one Barnes round penetrated the steel plate backstop
A few of the early wildflowers in bloom. Pasque flower and buttercup. Due to the rain, I couldn’t get a good picture of the forget-me-nots covering the front yard.
In addition to the usual moose, elk and deer captured in the game camera, we found a few less frequent visitors: a marmot, a goose in flight and a coyote.
Rained all last night and all Wednesday. It’s no hardship with a cozy fire and a good book.
Go outside and play………
In 2016 we spent a tremendous amount of time at our Colorado mountain cabin….
Where the wild things are…..
At our Colorado mountain cabin, we have two game cameras. They are motion triggered, set on a creek near a beaver pond and regularly frequented by wild animals of all sorts. On some weeks, the cameras capure over one thousand photographs. We regularly see moose, elk, mule deer, pronghorn antelope, coyotes, bear, bobcat, owls, hawks, great blue heron, beaver, marmot, rabbits and more. We especially enjoy the spring when mama moose, elk and deer show up regularly with their babies.
Here is a sampling of wild visitors, who kindly left their images as they stopped by. Continue reading “Best Game Cam Pics”