By Patric Hedlund, TME
Have you heard the tale of Elizabeth and the three bears? On May 4, Pine Mountain Club’s quilting and lace-making wizard Liz Buchroeder walked outside at about 2:20 p.m. She saw three bears visiting her neighborhood. Her husband took some quick photos and sent them out to friends. It is a reminder that the the kindest things humans can do for their wild neighbors is to leave them wild.
We write this every year to readers who are new to these mountains. We are living in this forest that is their home.
It is best for us learn everything we can about …(please see below to view full stories and photographs)
Wildflowers were not spectacular this year, but fun to see. Snakes and bears are out now too.
These three sibling bears were born last year. This year they visited the cabin of Bill and Liz Buchroeder in Pine Mountain Club, and many other neighbors. Don’t leave anything edible out for bears. A fed bear is a dead bear.
Red Tail Hawk in Lockwood Valley. They eat snakes
The FFA students from FMHS invited all students from FPS to their school for a morning of farm day activities. There was a greenhouse, games, goats, rabbits, chickens, a duck, face painting and plastic gloves to simulate milking a cow. The students thoroughly enjoyed themselves! –Michelle Penner, FPS
Frazier Mountain High School’s Future Farmers of America students were creative in finding a way to give Frazier Park Elementary School students a “pretend” cow-milking experience. They used plastic gloves to simulate milking a cow.
–Michelle Penner, FPS
To see full stories with photos, please purchase a copy of the newspaper at many locations (click this link for a list) throughout the Mountain Communities.
Or, have your newspaper delivered via mail and include internet access. Just call 661-245-3794. Classified ads are FREE to paid subscribers! See front page at www.mountainenterprise.com for details.
The e-Edition is available now with full photos and stories at The Mountain Enterprise e-Edition. Select the 2022-0513 edition.
(subscriber login required)
This is part of the May 13, 2022 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.
Have an opinion on this matter? We'd like to hear from you.