Frozen Food

Where’s a microwave when you need it?

As you might notice by the watermark on this photo, this week’s Saturday Squirrel wasn’t captured this season, but rather last winter.  This winter’s shaping up like it did in 2008-09, when it snowed just about everywhere in the country (even Las Vegas and New Orleans!) before we finally saw the white stuff in late January.  Our snow so far has been a handful of blink and you’ll miss them dustings (0.3 inches officially)…. so I’ve been unable to get any new snow squirrel pictures, which are always fun to take.  Instead, we’ll make do with last year’s leftovers… just as this squirrel is doing for the corn I threw out for him on a snowy day two Decembers ago!

Have a great weekend everyone!

About evilsquirrel13

Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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15 Responses to Frozen Food

  1. Rivergirl says:

    Well, it was a good picture then and it’s a good picture now. We don’t have any snow either. Had an inch and today’s rain melted it.
    ☹️

  2. Poor little squirrel, everything is frozen. Here is about 50 cm, 19 inches, snow.

  3. Trisha says:

    It snowed crazy hard here for two hours one night in December but it melted by morning. That will probably be all the winter we get for the next ten years. I hate our boring non-winters. I’m surprised our squirrels haven’t grown moss or algae yet!

    • LOL, poor mossy squirrels! I would hate any place that was that wet… though that’s pretty much been our Spring the past few years. I’d be intrigued to get a picture of a green squirrel, though!

  4. We’ve had maybe three storms of moderate size. There’s snow on the ground, but it’s danged sparse. I bet the ski resort owners aren’t happy with that, but I have to wonder how many patrons they get anyway, although skiing is a pretty solitary sport.. Hmm.

  5. Cute picture. 🙂
    Happy weekend. 🙂

  6. mydangblog says:

    Ken built this great miniature wheelbarrow with a screen bottom that we use now to feed the squirrels. You can wheel it around the yard to share the wealth/peanuts:-)

  7. A worthy second look at a cute image. Bravo.

  8. draliman says:

    He looks like he’s just about had enough of all that snow.

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