I live in the land where the midnight sun shines above vast planes of ice and snow, but my heart is as warm as toasted chestnuts. Come join me as I walk through my day. Bundle up warm it can be bitterly cold. I have no problems in the cold weather and actually prefer it. My body is encased in a thick layer of fat with dense fur.Find Food
You can follow along in my footprints, so you won’t have to work so hard to take a step. My feet are large, perfect for distributing my weight evenly over ice. Make sure to bring along sunglasses or goggles, my eyes have a third eyelid that protects my eyes from the UV rays of the sun, so I don’t suffer from snow blindness. I love to swim, though I don’t suppose you will be joining me in the frigid water. I can swim for days, but I won’t take a long swim today. Are you ready? Let’s go, and I will show you the beauty of this wintery land.
Your pet becomes an expert at finding its own food!Weightlifting
Well, let’s face it, it’s a tale as old as time. Some badger boys were sitting around the hill one day, when a pretty little thang walked by and caught their eye.
“Do you lift?” she asked, batting her lashes, and the badger boys scrambled to answer, “Boy, do I!”, “You bet I lift.”, “I could bench three of you, little darlin’!”, proceeding
to strike their best poses.
After a demonstration of their skills, during which several boulders were lifted and dropped, a toe or two broken, the fair damsel cooed, “If you can lift more than me, I’ll let you catch my dinner.”
The game was on! The badger boys bumped chests, high-fived, snickered a bit, and eyed this pretty petal and wondered who would best her first.
In no time at all, the badger boys were beat, having lifted without much preparation, and panted on the ground at the sweet maid’s feet. Still, there was no way she was going to beat them! So, imagine their surprise when this bashful badger doll slowly cracked her back, her neck, and her knuckles, and demonstrated a dead lift that left the boys bamboozled!
“How’d you do it, doll?” they demanded to know.
“Patience,” she simpered, winking as she walked away, “persistence, and practice. You should try it some time.”
That was the day the competition was born.
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