We work a remote trap line in the far north west corner of BC Canada. For long periods of the year it is just the two of us, 2 dogs, a cat and two chickens. This is how we live.
WE TAKE ORDERS FOR FURS DONE FOR TAXIDERMY AND RUGS....
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Tin Roofs can Be Dangerous... after a Major Mild
It might not kill you but it would certainly break your legs. Tons and tons of the white stuff slide off after the last major melt. It usually is about an hour after dusk. We barricade the front steps so that Hannah uses the back way. Also to remind us to not risk it. The whole cabin shakes when it slips.
Bee and Hannah are often found laying together. Even when Hannah is out on the front porch waiting for Bryan, Bee will stand guard also.
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