An East Gwillimbury Moose
Yep, the real thing! I bet most of you think it's a pony....but look at it's antlers - they are a sure give-away!
East Gwillimbury has two Christmas parades every year, this one in the village of Mount Albert, a small community with tons of spirit. This moose is advertising the Moose Caboose, where during the spring, summer and fall you can purchase yummy breakfasts and lunches...and ice cream including (of course) the Kawartha Dairy flavour Moose Tracks.
I am linking to Saturday Critters HERE.
The things that folks do to animals.
A very handsome moose, Mount Albert style!
A handsome moose.
Too cute! Ho Ho Ho!
Good morning, cute moose. I am sure the parade is lots of fun. I have tried the Moose tracks ice cream, YUM!
Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!
Wonderful photo! And nice way to get into the Christmas spirit!
now i am wondering just what moose tracks ice cream taste like and i love this sweet little moose...
Moose or reindeer?
That poor creature looks terribly embarrassed. :)
Cutest 'moose' I've seen. =)
That poor moose appears to have only one antler instead of a full set. I love moose tracks ice cream!
"What did I do to deserve this?"
A very strange animal...
Yep its the real deal moose - a Christmas miracle!
Very cute! I love a parade!
Oh, a Christmas moose indeed and a Christmas miracle :}!!! What a fun start for my day, EG!! Have a wonderful weekend!!
LOL! Awesome looking moose. Enjoy your weekend!
I wonder what goes across its mind... :-)
It does look a wee bit sad
One hopes it got extra carrots and hay!
It appears to be resigned to being a moose, even if hasn't a clue why?
Well that has to be the cutest pony moose ever ;)
Such a fun parade and "handsome moose"
Yep. That's a moose for sure. LOL How fun that there are 2 parades. That really is community spirit!
I love it, EG! ;-)
It's a moose on the loose!
Aww....What a cute "moose!"
Very cute decor of moose... must be an interesting parade.
Well of course a moose, who could think anything else!! xx
Very cute, EG. It must be a moose. The antlers wouldn't lie.
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