Sunday, July 8, 2007

things werent looking good




It wasn't looking good for the armoured bear.
But look!
Here is some sun, peeking through!

He looked bravely down the hill.

He beat ten other boys.

the armoured bear was happy.


*photo took 4 minutes to upload, only to find it was sideways...sorry!

9 comments:

meggie said...

Go the Bear!! good for him.
And never mind about the sideways pic...gave the crick in my neck a workout!

jellyhead said...

Yay for your armoured bear!!

it's the little things... said...

Congrats on the Bear's win. I hope his head wasn't too cold without his winter fur!

fifi said...

thanks little things...I should clarify something though,
he beat ten boys but not the other 30!!
But I have tales to tell...what a circus it is.
Meggie:glad to be of help
jelly: thanks!

Arcturus said...

How long is this skiing expedition? I didn't think it snowed that much ANYWHERE in Australia!

When do you get back home?

I came across a scraggly looking female bear with her cub once in the Flatirons above Boulder, Colorado -- that's at the Front Range of the Rockies. It was August and hot and drought dry.

I beat a cautious retreat.

fifi said...

Hi Arc,
am here for some time longer.
Today was the first day it didn't actually snow. It is a tucked away little place here, but jam packed with people from all over the world, Slovenia, USA, Czech republic, etc. Its fun.
This is rathet unusual for thie snow to fall so heavily for so long. I am sure it is yet another weird weather event, but I'm not complaining!
Back in about a week.

Isabelle said...

I'm glad things are going well for Bear, but that certainly looks to me like a funny way to enjoy oneself. I'm off to do a spot of gardening in the sunshine, and believe me, there hasn't been much of that recently here so I certainly don't want any snow!

riseoutofme said...

What a buzz for the bear!

With Isabelle on the weather thing .. don't do cold, wet, white stuff ....

Enjoy.

it's the little things... said...

How I envy your snow. It is so hot here, one is drenched in perspiration within moments of walking outside.