Wyatt Moon

Wyatt Moon

Monday, January 21, 2013

InFursion

While it has been in the upper 60's at Cooper Spur, Mount Hood, Oregon and they are skiing in their skivies,

Down here at 380 feet above sea level, we are having an In'Fur'sion!

An eerie freezing fog, that has lasted for days. 


We have 'fur-like' ice on the south side of everything.


I'm trying to wrap my furry head around how this can be??

Wyatt

23 comments:

  1. Now that is really WEIRD! And here we were breaking all the January records with temps in the 90's. Mother Nature is mad at us!

    A while back you did a post on preserving a banana tree over the winter. Do you happen to remember when that was? We want to try and grow banana trees again and not lose them every winter. It should be easy in Central Florida, but one cold night and it's goodbye banana tree!

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  2. That fog sure makes for such beautiful photos. And what's up with those crazy humans in their skiveees. What happens when they fall down?
    Blessings,
    Goose

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  3. Wow - that is pretty cool - I know the year before we moved here they had a huge ice storm that left this area without power for 3 weeks! Some of the pictures we have seen from that time look a lot like yours with lots of strange ice things. It does make for some pawsome photos!

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  4. Blimey you got icicles. They are stupendous. Wow! We have snow at last. Yippee do da day. I am enjoying it. Have a marvelous Monday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  5. Wow! How freaky! I thought that one picture was a cotton plant! :)

    Hugs,

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  6. That is FREAKY.... butt BEAUTIFUL. THANKS fur showing it to us.

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  7. Hoarfrost is so beautiful! We've never seen it in person...

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  8. I am cold just looking at those naked peeps! That ice WEIRD, but lovely.

    Your pal, Pip

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  9. What da heck? Dat is da weirdest phenomenony thing I has evers see! Even weirder than those goofballs skiin' practically nekkid.

    Puddles

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  10. Wow! That furry ice is so cool! We love your pictures, Wyatt!

    Love ya lots,
    Mitch and Molly

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  11. How beautiful and interesting. We've never seen furry ice like that! Thanks for the pictures.

    XXXOOO Daisy, Bella & Roxy

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  12. I love your furry ice. Everything should be furry. We need more snow in Colorado too.

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  13. Just make sure it doesn't ice up that furry cute face there Wyatt!

    Your Pals
    Susie & Bites

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  14. Whew, we just checked to be sure Lightning was still here because all that white infursion made us worry he had come to visit you and was letting his furs fly in the wind:)

    Woos - Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

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  15. Wow, Wyatt, that is beautiful. I hope you don't bite on it and get a poke or a cut. That stuff looks sharp.
    -from Hannah.

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  16. BOL ~ those Woos are funny!
    That is indeed some creepy stuffs happenin' at your estate Wyatt! I don't know what to make of it either....
    Kisses,
    Ruby
    pees: Ma thought those neekid peeps were on YOUR estate!!! BOL!

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  17. That frost looks really cool. Thanks for sharing.

    Millie

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  18. It is beautiful and the photos are awesome. Do this frost kills your delicate plants or does it sort of enrobe and protect them?

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  19. Now we have seen everything! BOL...beautiful pictures
    Snorts,
    Benny & Lily

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  20. Woof! Woof! LOVE it. It's beautiful Wyatt. Golden Thanks for sharing. Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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  21. That frost makes beautiful photos! Really lovely. When we drove through Utah the beginning of this month they had some thick, weird looking fog south of SLC. A local told us it was a mix of fog and frost and they called it FROG!!! Bol.
    Smooches from pooches,
    BabyRD & Hootie

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  22. Ha! I don't get it either but the frost is very pretty!

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  23. Neat pictures, did you touch it with your tongue??

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