Fawnskin Tree Huggers & Charlie

fawnskin tree huggers

So, being a tree hugger in Fawnskin isn’t quite the same as in other locations. You see we love our trees but have to be a little bit different around these parts. Some people take the term quite literally–and actually hug the trees.

As a result, two Fawnskin residents were seen on the North Shore hugging one of the trees…and of course, action photo journalist GG was on the scene to take that breaking news photo and share it with you here.

Caught in the act, the two were actually distracted from their mountain mission of escorting Fawnskin’s newest part-time resident, Charlie, on his first outing in the real world since his birth a mere three weeks ago.

Their reasoning was that this was the perfect place to introduce this little tyke to the world.

Charlie attracted a lot of attention and charmed many Big Bear residents in the few hours he made his first public appearance.

Too tiny and uncoordinated to sign any autographs, people around these parts are just going to have to wait.

However, grandma Hope has big plans for him and he is likely to become a celebrity of sorts.

In fact, GG overheard her telling him about camping plans in his future along with kayaking and paddleboarding activities.

Of course, all of this was a bit much for Charlie who spent a lot of time napping during his high altitude adventure.

Both mama Gwen and Charlie are doing well and we hope to see them again soon.

In the meantime, Fawnskin Folks are getting ready for the annual Halloween Party at Moose Lodge 2085 this Saturday night (October 29th). No start time was given but after 5:00pm is always a safe bet.

There will be live music by Fred Fry, food and frivolity. Cost is $8.00 to attend and you must be a member or a guest of a member–but someone is sure to be happy to sign you up if you ask.

Also on Saturday, October 29th is the Boo in the Zoo. All ages can participate in trick or treating at the Moonridge Animal Park. This is the 10th annual event! It takes place from 1:00 until 5:00pm.

Visitors are encouraged dress in costume. There will be a costume parade, contest and  a pumpkin carving contest. For more information call (909) 584-1299.

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