As I have said before, we have all sorts of visitors at The Inn at Rooster Hill but I don't remember any being this big . . . or furry! While he was here, he ate all our plums and apples. He would just stand there shaking our trees and even broke the top off one. The other guests had to stay away from him and I also had to be super quiet while he was here. He didn't even pay - what a difficult guest! I was a little confused but Peggy said that he was a black bear and that black bears do not not need a bed and that they can find their own breakfast. I had noticed! There were a lot of people interested in our visitor. People from some place called the "Wildlife Department" were asking all sorts of questions. So exciting living near the Olympic Peninsula! Here are some photos of our guest. They are not very clear but you get the idea!
Olympic National Park and maybe lived near Hurricane Ridge. I am just glad I can run around and bark all I want now and he can think twice if he ever thought I was going to share any of my bacon!