out in the savage wilderness of upper cryogenica.

Our correspondent subjected himself to great personal danger to bring you the following images.

Behold, the mighty Timber Tiger!  Only a thin layer of plastic and sheetmetal separates the intrepid hunter from the ferocious beast.

Taken from a safe distance of ten feet, large-caliber scoped rifle ready just in case the beast decides to charge, here’s a rare and blood-curdling snapshot of the next savage creature to stalk the area around Castle Frostbite:

I know what you’re thinking, but I assure you that these stunning images are not Photoshopped.  Few have attempted such daring wildlife photography and lived to tell the tale.


13 thoughts on “out in the savage wilderness of upper cryogenica.

  1. Ritchie says:

    You got to watch out for the stobor. Rumor has it, they have acquired a taste for car wiring due to, again rumored, soy content in the insulation. Chewed wire harnesses are hard to refute, and spendful to repair.

  2. Groundhog says:

    Aww, eets ownly a wabbit…

  3. LittleRed1 says:

    Killer rabbit! Run away, run away! Oh, wait, sorry. Wrong blog, my bad . . .

  4. Jay G. says:

    They’re migrating south, too. We’re thick with the lil buggers ’round Casa del G.

    On the plus side, there’s always hossenfeffer…

  5. og says:

    Nice. Did you go out to help Jim, or did you stay in the jeep with Marlin?

  6. Tennessee Budd says:

    I didn’t know you lived anywhere near the Cave of Caerbannog.

  7. Jake says:

    What do you do with the trapped squirrel? Dinner for one?

  8. Sarah says:

    Your bravery and daring are admirable indeed. I don’t know that I could have gotten that close to the oh-so-fearsome bunny without PSH. 🙂

  9. Fred2 says:

    Remember what that bunny did to Pres. Carter? Beware, ridicule is the first

  10. T.Stahl says:

    Quick! Get the Holy Handgrenade of Antioch!

  11. Wes Medlin says:


    You’re not the only one with this problem. Some guy even wrote a book about it.


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