A kitty meets a mountain lion, coming face to face with the huge cat with just a glass sliding door between them. According to Reuters, the Colorado house cat seemed completely unfazed by the visitor, who pawed at the glass repeatedly. Show More Summary
No one seems to have told this little house cat that mountain lions are fierce predators known for snacking on small pets unlucky enough to cross their path. Certainly, it helped that there was a glass door between the two felines. But...Show More Summary
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Walter Scheib, who vanished during a solo hike before found dead Sunday night, drowned in a New Mexico mountain stream, authorities said.
See how this crafty kitty convinces a much larger one to go back where he came from
Apparently between these two cats, one of them knows who’s boss around these parts. Comedian Youtuber Tom Mabe, who gave us viral prank videos such as the Extreme Puppy Makeover and the Homeless Dog Rescue with Prank It FWD, brings us another vid where this time, it’s Mother Nature who seems to be pulling his leg. […]
One family's brave feline took a break from doing nothing all day to defend the house from a mountain lion attack. Granted, there was a glass door in-between them but that shouldn't take away from the cat's unwavering stance againstShow More Summary
Former White House head chef Walter Scheib, who was reported missing in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains last week, was found dead late Sunday night after six days of searching by state police. [Missing former White House chef found dead in New Mexico mountains] Scheib, 61, set out on a four-mile hiking trail near […]
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61-year-old Walter Scheib had been missing for a week. Walter Scheib, a chef who served in the White House kitchen between 1994 and 2005 was found dead in the New Mexico mountains this weekend. He was 61. Scheib had been missing for over a week. Show More Summary
Scheib was found Sunday night near a New Mexico hiking trail. A sad update to the story of Walter Scheib, the former White House chef who last week was reported missing after going for a hike in the New Mexico mountains. State police have announced that they recovered Scheib's body late last night in a river approximately 20 feet off the trail. Show More Summary
"Reception and trial to follow." This pair had an outdoor, outlaw, and Bluegrass-themed wedding at The Hamill House in Georgetown, Colorado. There were lawn games, historical garb (including a blue gown made by Victorian Choice), and a gorgeous mountain backdrop.
Walter Scheib, who served as the White House executive chef from 1994 to 2005 has been missing for over a week after hiking a mountain trail alone in Taos, New Mexico. Authorities searching for the chef were able to trace his cellphone...Show More Summary
Walter Scheib, who served as executive chef for Presidents Clinton and Bush, was found near a trail in the mountains near Taos. The 61-year-old was missing for a week.
Searchers found the body of a former White House chef who vanished earlier this month on a solo hike through New Mexico mountains.
Walter Scheib, a former White House chef who went missing while hiking in New Mexico earlier this month, was found dead on Sunday. He was 61. Scheib was last spotted on June 13 embarking on a solo hike in the mountains near Taos, NBC News reports. Show More Summary
Are you tired of the mountains of clutter around your home? Are you overwhelmed by your own “stuff?” Do you have so many belongings that you have to rent a storage unit to house them all? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you’re not alone. Show More Summary
Walter Scheib’s phone made contact with a mobile tower high into the Sangre de Cristo Mountains the day he disappeared, reports said.
Walter Scheib, who spent 11 years cooking for Presidents Clinton and Bush, was last seen Saturday heading into the wilderness in Taos.
New statewide restrictions have cut off water supplies in response to the historic drought. Leaders in the Mountain House community are desperate for a solution to keep the water running. John Blackstone reports.