The path to Capybara Creek
There is one thing you should know about capybaras: we do not like the cold! I know, I know, Dobbye Winnick lives where it is always cold and you never here him complaining. That is just because he doesn’t know any better. Capybaras and cold weather do not–or at least should not–mix. Nevertheless, it does happen, even here in central Texas, that a terrible cold front blows down from the arctic where the polar bears live. The horrendous nature of this catastrophe cannot be overstated. And what about my swimming? I can’t swim in ice water you know! What is a poor, helpless capybara to do? Continue reading “The Capy in Winter” »
Knitted Capybara Scarf
The web is a wondrous thing. You never know what you will find there. What I found today is that someone is developing a pattern for a beautiful capybara scarf! Oh internets, I love you!
The pattern come from Not Just About Knitting. And you’ll love the subtitle for this blog: Outlining the minutia of Geri’s life as a retiree. How great is that? I mean, I am assuming she pronounces Geri as Gari and not as Jerry, but I think that’s a safe assumption. And the scarf is kind-of like my outline.
All of my fans should have one of these!
Merry Christmas Everyone!
I hear that it’s the most wonderful time of the year right now but I don’t know what to make of that.
Continue reading “Christmas Capybara” »
I went for a walk out in the front pasture with my owner yesterday. I’ve been a pretty good capybara lately so I don’t have to be on my leash. I always wear my harness though, you can’t be too careful. I wouldn’t want to be mistaken for a wild or homeless capybara. Continue reading “Fall Planting” »
What? You want to take my picture?
I like to play a little game with my owner called How Close Can You Focus? or Does This Make My Nose Look Big? I do it because my owner is constantly pestering me with that stupid camera. Can’t she ever set that thing down and just enjoy the moment?
Continue reading “Winter Coat” »