Friday, March 7, 2008

Hundreds and Hundreds

Mark and I have been pretty lucky when it comes to seeing Elk. Last night we went for a drive just before sunset and low and behold, right on the side of the road, we saw Elk. Lots and lots and lots of Elk.
Don't mind the noise in this video, it was a bit breezy, but you can totally "get the picture" of how many Elk there were. It was crazy!

9 comments:

brad said...

Hi mom! sweet video. See, Canada IS cool! there are like a ton of elk! hope you're having a great day. i love you

Audrey said...

Yes. This definately is cool!

cmeagan said...

Oh wow! And I mean wow! That is crazy. You don't see that in the prairies of Saskatchewan.

Kari said...

That is so cool!! (Well the breeze makes it sound COLD, actually...) Very fun neighbors you have!

Elder and Sister Hatch said...

I can't believe so many elk just running wild. Up in Logan there are ranches that have elk herds. Our deer in Lindon are really suffering this harsh winter. They have eaten the spruce trees! It is sad to think of all our lovely trees that have been chewed up to the the height of deer.
I love your picture of the Japanese Garden.

Elder Myron and Sister Gail Hatch said...

Hi Honey, We really enjoy your blog, pictures and comments. My favorite pictures so far are the scenes of details of your building project. Be sure and finish it so it's ready for a visit in the fall. The elk are ok, too.

Dadddy and Gail

USAUS said...

First of all... Brrrrrr.... Secondly - have you turned into a roaming reporter with camera ever at the ready? That was cool... Reminds me that I really do live in the City!

name: Laurel said...

haha i like grandpa's comment. and wow, that is a LOT of elk...today driving back from southern idaho we saw someone hit a deer and it just got up and ran up the hill to a bunch of other deer.there were deer in groups of about ten every mile it seemed like- but there weren't as many as those elk!

Christie said...

I went up to Acadia National Park in Maine one year and got real close to a real live elk. It was the highlight of the trip.