In-your-face stuff from an opinionated
rural north Idaho housewife.
Darn moose. ;-)
No that picture is adorable.
I've seen 10 deer in my yard at once, but not this...
it's a good thing she only had 2 planter boxes otherwise there would be more .....
Giving nature a hand...Little critters grow into big critters by eating their (or your) vegetables.- Charlie
And I thought Deer were BAD!!!
As transplants from the southeast, we were thrilled beyond words when a mama moose and her baby visited us over off the Benewah this winter. We've had one other visit since. Truly amazing creatures. :) See you in a month! jess
This is why we have a second floor greenhouse in our home in AK. The moose and bear can't "reach" up there! Slim pickin's enough with our short, sometimes non-existent summers without critter damage.
I've had similar to that in my garden. Only mine were little four pound fuzzies with long ears. They did the same amount of damage, so what's the difference.
If that was me, Id be eating moose for a long time after that.
Buck, Buck, Buck, MOOSE!!!
Hey, maybe that's the ticket! In your other recent post you talked about the reality of the immense size and output of a garden needed if you were truly going to have to live on it. In a few areas you could probably plant a much smaller "bait" garden and let the food come to you!Jeff - Tucson
oooooooohhhh fresh lettuce!
There is truly nothing better than fresh lettuce!Yumm....Mom your the best!I did have a Mother moose stake a claim to a garden I had years ago when i was a Range rider. She would threaten me if I came out of the cabin to get my veggies. I have just found your blog and am enjoying it very much.