15 January 2014

Scene From the Road

Sent from Older Daughter's cell phone:


Keeps things interesting during these long winter months. :)

15 comments:

Old NFO said...

At least he's only going one way (sad that it's against traffic)... :-)

Rev. Paul said...

I wondered how long that would take.

PioneerPreppy said...

So if ya hit a moose do you get to keep the carcass up there? The authorities let us keep the deer we hit here.

SENIOR said...

Did the moose ask her if she had some Grey Poupon?

Sandy said...

Rev. Paul,

I guess you just never know what to expect when driving in Alaska.
Great picture :-)

ProudHillbilly said...

I guess I wouldn't get out and shoo it away - a bit big.

Rev. Paul said...

We can keep it, if desired. But since it usually destroys the car which hit it, there's a bit of delay in finding something to haul the 1200 lb beast with.

Rev. Paul said...

It does look like that, doesn't it? :)

Rev. Paul said...

Sometimes, we're disappointed when we don't see them. Not uncommon, especially in more heavily-wooded areas.

Rev. Paul said...

Agreed, PH. Not a good idea at all. :)

Teresa said...

I'm thinking it's a good thing we don't have the big beasts down here in the lower 48 or it would wreak havoc. LOL. Deer cause enough trouble.

Rev. Paul said...

Rec'd from Armed Laughing:

Is Bullwinkle thumbing a ride?

gfa

Rev. Paul said...

You're probably right. We have approx. 1200 of them inside the city limits, this time of year. With heavier traffic, there'd be a LOT more accidents.

Rev. Paul said...

Guffaw, looks to me like she's collecting donations. :)

Cathy said...

1200 of 'em inside city limits???!!!!
I didn't know there were that many in the state!
(Kididng . . but still! )