Tuesday, August 8, 2017

Odd We Go With A Little Snow!

I know, such a yucky word. Well unless you are Betsy and a bit absurd. Piles of snow is sure not for me. But that you knew at my sea. Now on with it. The odds have to be lit.


This looks grim.
Better go out on a limb.
Place your bets.
Don't put up assets.

For she's on a bike.
Or maybe out for a hike.
Both near the woods.
Got her goods.

As in camera and bike.
No gutter to strike.
Oh, there's a thief.
Photos gone, good grief.

Wait, the thief was high.
A very stupid guy.
Colorado living at its best.
He was nothing but a pest.

But look and stare.
She's not aware.
It's a big grizzly bear.
Take a pic if you dare.

She sure dared.
The grizzly bear cared.
Cared a tad too much.
He reached out to touch.

Out hiking away.
Found a mountain display.
Whoops, found a crazy mountain hermit too.
Odds go lower just from his view.

Taking pics near and far.
Maybe catch the license plate of car.
It's an America's Most Wanted guy.
Down the odds sure fly.

But wait, there is hope.
No need to mope.
Rocks and yarn abound.
They litter the ground.

Patterns will still show.
Odds aren't as low.
May still be wise to bet a little.
Like only the cost of a skittle.

Odds = That Of Snow In Summer.
Damn, That Is Just A Bummer.

What was that? She's still where she is at? Was the cat wrong? Were the odds not as long? Hey, a crazy mountain hermit makes odds go way down. I can't help she may have them in her town. Ever face a grizzly bear? I hope you didn't stop and stare. That is not a wise move to let come to pass. On that you can trust my little rhyming ass.

Fill your rummer, get drunk all summer.

81 comments:

  1. Yes, some sweet small cubs I faced
    They were so adorable and sweet
    But then Mama Bear lumbered in
    Ran to avoid being Suza meat!

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    1. Wise choice to retreat
      Don't want any mama meet and greet

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  2. Snow, bears, and pot smokers. I'll pass on the Rocky Mountain high!

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    1. haha no mountain top fun for you
      Back to wine country in view

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  3. With bears I try to keep my distance
    I go the path of least resistence

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    1. Don't want to play
      Winnie the pooh may come to stay

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  4. I once was confronted by a bear
    I think the encounter was rather rare

    I haven't been to snowcatchers's blog in awhile, I will have to visit and say the cat sent me...

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    1. We'd run far away
      Bears and us have no play

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    2. Was good to see you again, True
      What a surprise for this morning's view!

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  5. Out on a bike is snow
    Slowly getting better giving things a go
    Soaking up in the sun
    Life is to be lived with fun

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    1. Sun and snow
      The only way to go
      Must keep pedaling every day
      To keep old age far away

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    2. Soak up the sun
      Except when there is none
      Then you freeze in the snow
      Yep, have to keep old age in tow

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  6. What a hoot, Mr. Cat!
    The odds of snow, imagine that!
    Not only did I show some today at my zoo,
    The Rocky Mountains are getting some, too,
    Right now as I type!
    Potheads surely gonna gripe
    While ski bunnies cheer
    And drink more beer!

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    1. haha ski bunnies you say
      Hmm gutter image popped in at my bay
      Snow there already
      Damn, before long it will come steady

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    2. The moment I saw "Snow" in Pat's title, I knew it was you.
      And yes, we surely had snow in the mountains!

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    3. All yours
      We don't want any snow tours

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  7. Doubt I may ever see snow again
    Winter, spring, summer or fall
    And that woukd not bother me at all.

    Betty

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    1. Wouldn't bother me one bit
      Not a fan of that white shit

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  8. We need contrast
    to feel a joy,
    that snow is real
    when you with foes.

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    1. That it is
      Shows white biz
      Shows new
      Ever so true

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  9. My God
    This is odd
    Like a live cod
    In a hot Crock-Pot
    Or i might have had a shot
    Of some pot
    A shot or a smoke?
    Here's to going broke!

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    1. Look at you
      All high at your zoo
      Better watch out
      May get eaten by a trout

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    2. A shot of pot
      can that be done
      lol I think not

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    3. lol I'm sure it has though
      Some nut gave it a go

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    4. Probably find pics
      Such hicks

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    5. It's a long URL but here's your shot of pot.

      www.google.ca/search?client=ms-android-rogers-ca&biw=360&bih=280&tbm=isch&sa=1&ei=glyKWehL6s-PBIL3r4gL&q=shot+of+cannabis&oq=shot+of+cannibis&gs_l=mobile-gws-img.1.0.30i10k1.46304.51006.0.54358.12.12.0.0.0.0.444.2068.0j9j1j0j1.11.0....0...1.1j4.64.mobile-gws-img..1.10.1939...0j35i39k1j0i5i10i30k1j0i24k1j0i5i30k1j0i8i30k1.cRnC1TuCwHM#imgrc=dQF_MjYpy_X27M:

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    6. With my poor imagination
      Shots of pot
      Are all I got

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    7. lol you actually went to look
      Could take a shot and be drunk and high at ones nook

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    8. I was curious, you see
      So a-Googling for me

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    9. Good you go that
      And not some weird things up to bat

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  10. We don't like snow any time here.

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  11. Odd We Go With A Little Snow!
    On a bike with nothing to show
    Snowcatcher
    A snatcher
    Certainly will be quite a blow

    Hank

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    1. Biking away
      The wind blowing all day

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  12. I love snow, and my husband hates it.
    I'd be depressed if I saw not a bit!

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  13. I'd rather have snow in Colorado
    Than on the TX streets
    More fun to see bear tracks there
    But out run- no. I would be beat


    And eat(en)

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  14. Hiking and grizzly bears. Not a good combination.

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  15. The grizzly would sure care. I hear they are very camera shy. :P

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    1. Or just don't care
      If they are aware

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  16. I put up with snow in the winter time because it's a given here in New England. If I truly didn't like it, I'd move to another part of the country. On the other hand, a freak snowstorm during the summer wouldn't bother me, because whatever we received wouldn't last long.

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    1. Yeah, only snow I'd like
      As it would soon take a hike
      Have to put up with it up here
      As it comes over the entire country at some point I fear

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  17. I like a few snow storms- but I don't love the cold, so I usually hope for a long fall and short winter. :)
    ~Jess

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  18. orlin N cassie

    bearz R bass terds two...constant lee...CONSTANT LEE steelin R damn salmon ~~~~~ faaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    ☺☺♥♥

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  19. Some years go by without a flake of snow.
    Other years blizzards occur but we never know.
    Snowmen are fun.
    We used to build one.

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  20. She catches snow
    and puts on a show
    For maybe one day
    I could handle snow, I'd say
    But if I stay
    far, far away.

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    1. Snow far off is better
      Stay warm while writing it a letter

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  21. So this wasn't about Jon Snow?

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  22. Biking in snow
    add bear to show
    So now we know
    to bar I go

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  23. In Canada you live
    so you must know
    that summer may give
    a gift of snow.

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    1. Not near here
      Thankfully so
      But go north I fear
      And you'll get snow

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  24. Too bad I didn't see any bird in Alberta, just the elk, goat, eagle and golden small squirrels.

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    1. Those are fine to see
      A great place to be

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  25. Replies
    1. Can play with a polar bear
      We'll send one from our lair

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  26. Replies
    1. It stinks
      Drives one to many drinks

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  27. I don't mess with Grizzlies, but did whip out my camera to photo a black bear a few years back.

    As for snow, it can take a figgin hike permanently.

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    1. Snow can go into the woods
      Invade only the grizzlies hood

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  28. Meeting a grizzly would be quite the scare
    Because that is one mighty bear.
    The crazy hermit sounds like someone to fear
    Or maybe just walk on by and don't offer him a beer.

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    1. Keep on a going
      Saves one from a grizzly showing

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  29. Snow in summer... say it ain't so
    Shivers and shakes at the Snowcatcher show

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