This Lamborghini was made by hand.
This moose was buried neck-deep in snow, until a group of snowmobilers arrived.
These village kids have prepared a train themselves just to play and have fun. And by the enjoyment they are having I will say its a great success.
My husband was walking 3 dogs around our neighborhood pond on a cold and snowy morning and it was only -5 degrees. One of the Dogs, Finn the Golden Retriever, decided he wanted to take a break and roll around in the snow. Then, Finn decided he wasn't going anywhere and refused to move, so my husband let him off his leash and kept walking the other two dogs, expecting Finn to catch up when he was ready. My husband got to the other side of the pond and looked back for Finn only to see him taking a 'short cut' across the partially frozen pond. As Finn was walking across the icy pond, he fell right through the center. My husband called me in a panic as one dog ran home on her own and said 'I've got a huge problem! Finn just fell through the ice on the pond!' I ran outside in my pajamas and saw that Finn was way too far out for us to rescue on our own and immediately called 911. In the meantime, my husband was trying to throw a rope out to the dog and fell through the ice up to his knees. Meanwhile, Finn was just hanging out whimpering, only his head and two front paws visible. When the fire department finally arrived, my husband ran home to try to remove his boots which were frozen to his feet. The fire department reacted super quickly. One firefighter was dressed in a dry suit with a rope attached and immediately crawled out onto the ice with the other firefighters ready to pull him in. The firefighter fell through the ice as he neared the dog, but was able to finally reach Finn and lift him onto the ice. Finn walked off the ice and ran back to our house. We warmed him up by the fire by rotating blankets in and out of the dryer. Finn had been in the water for over 30 minutes in 5-degree temperatures. We are happy to report that Finn recovered and went to the fire department later that day to thank the firefighters who rescued him!
When Blake got tall enough to start bowling (at about 12 weeks old) she decided to try to teach him to bowl using the ramps we generally use for small children. It took her about 20 minutes before she had him doing it on his own, and he's been bowling ever since. He is loved by the league bowlers and has a special place in the hearts of our seniors, special needs bowlers, and youth.
I went to visit my grandmother to say goodbye before she goes to Florida for the winter. We could see that the entire ocean in front of her house was frozen so myself, my dad, and my girlfriend went to check it out.
This guy’s girlfriend was about to catch the wedding bouquet. With instant reflex, he barely deflected the upcoming horror.
This was a very special day for this mother’s daughter, of which all wanted to be a part of but the mother was too busy to taste the Earth.
This little kid is only 8 years old and he had been wanting to do this from age 6. Now finally after finding a big pile of dirt, he finally did it.
The young man did not notice anything as he hurried out. He didn't notice the glass so he threw himself through the window.
This is a rare occasion when the ice is this smooth, with the perfect combination of freezing temperatures and no recent snow, as the snow on the ice creates the grey bumps. The ice in this clip is about 4 inches thick, the skater is wearing a life vest and holding 2 screwdrivers for safety. This is at Pineview Reservoir in Ogden Utah, and I filmed it with my Phantom 4 drone.
Our eighteen-year-old Quarter Horse had been locked in her stall all day while the storm was happening. So when we went to feed her, I opened the stall door to see if she wanted to go outside. She immediately ran out and began rolling in the snow like a child making snow angel
I don’t blame the kid not wanting to kill the superhero he likes. I mean at that age superheroes are basically like the God.
My two pets don't share well.
Snow was coming down, but I needed to get out of the house. We had a sled in the garage. I tried it, but the snow was too deep, and the hill in our yard wasn't steep enough, so I got stuck. Then I tried an old Walmart snowboard, with the same result. Finally, when I put the snowboard away, I saw my skim-board. Its normal use is to throw over a couple inches of water, run, jump, then slide on the beach. However, I figured the snow was slick enough I could use it in the street. So, I took it down from the shelf, went out onto the street and it worked! I was all bundled up originally but after running around for a couple minutes I started to sweat and thought it would be ironic if I did this in beach attire since that is what you usually are wearing when you use a skim board.
I was at the zoo on a schoolday so the zoo was empty. I had already heard rumors about the bear and went looking for it. With my grandpa and little cousin I filmed the bear do his thing. I knew I was filming something worthy of a million views on youtube.
Ice backed up in the St Clair River. Walking on Algonac boardwalk.
The cat, Dude, jumps on the back of Gallant, our 28-year-old miniature horse. It has progressed from slow walking to trotting and now cantering. She plans to teach him to jump and barrel race.