Pua's Jog in the woods with a couple extras

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Time for a hike

Time for a hike

Once she got started she did a lot of running
Run Pua

Checking out the forest
Checking out the forest

It's not poop
It's not poop
A fungi of some sort

Pua loves mossy logs
Pua loves mossy logs

Heading up the road
Heading up the road

Tree roots growing from stump remains
Tree roots growing from stump remains

Taking a breather
Taking a breather

Close up
Close up
You can see she's been having fun

Clawed up tree
Clawed up tree
Don't know what did it, bear, bobcat, elk in rut, big foot.

Pua might have sniffed what it was as she hurried through this area and when startled once did a barrel roll, threw claws out in threat, a short hiss, and regained her feet and kept running without skipping a beat, hurrying on.

Out of a hallow tree
Out of a hallow tree

Driver take me home
Driver take me home

Are we there yet?
Are we there yet?

Wake me when we get home
Wake me when we get home

Pua treats
Pua treats
She wants something every time I bring Aurora fresh food. So she has juice and tomatoes.

Play with me!
Play with me!
I told Pua over and over that going to see the baby was a bad idea and momma would claw her eyes out but she didn't listen. I played with her, gave her treats, let her sniff the window, claw a log, but she kept wanting to go.

I finally gave up & let her go. She approached via the window shelves. Aurora was on her like the momma ant-BEAR she is, growling and bellowing. Seeing Pua's pure shock & running for her life was hilarious. The only contact made was briefly when Aurora caught up enough to give Pua's tail a couple good pokes. Then Pua leaped to the safety of the hammock over the cage. I don't think she'll be doing that again any time soon.


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