We went out to enjoy the snow and ended up in about 24" of fresh snow as we climbed to the top of a hill on a forestry trail. It was the first time I have had to drop my tire pressure to make the last 200 yards. It was either make it and have 1 mile downhill to a paved road or turn around and go back 8 miles of trails as the sun was setting. We love living in the mountains of SW Washington.
A naturally shed antler. Our deer are not very big and the bucks get hunted aggressively. So even though I see a lot of deer they are mostly does.
The I happened on to a snake. It was about 18 inches long but really skinny. We don't have poisonous snakes here so it was some type of Garter or Boa.
Last night we were out and a large moose ran across right in front but no picture, I need to start setting my phone on the dash. .