Menu:

Coyote Woman s Blog | New to blogging, let s see how it.


NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, MA (WHDH) - A North Attleboro woman says police were forced to take deadly action when she recently came face-to-face with coyote during a frightening attack in her front yard.

“I’ve got two puncture wounds back here and I’m shredded here,” Judy Place said as she showed off her bandaged leg.

“I had blood everywhere on my pants,” Place said. “I just lost it. I was definitely traumatized.”

Place called police when she heard the animal trying to crawl under her mobile home. Place said she pointed officers to the coyote when officers arrived and turned to go back inside, but instead found herself up close with the animal.

“She looked at me. I looked back. When I felt her, I could see her paws were there, almost on my toes,” Place said. “She latched onto my leg.”

Authorities said they believe the same coyote attacked another North Attleboro woman earlier in the day while she was dumping a bag of leaves.

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, MA (WHDH) - A North Attleboro woman says police were forced to take deadly action when she recently came face-to-face with coyote during a frightening attack in her front yard.

“I’ve got two puncture wounds back here and I’m shredded here,” Judy Place said as she showed off her bandaged leg.

“I had blood everywhere on my pants,” Place said. “I just lost it. I was definitely traumatized.”

Place called police when she heard the animal trying to crawl under her mobile home. Place said she pointed officers to the coyote when officers arrived and turned to go back inside, but instead found herself up close with the animal.

“She looked at me. I looked back. When I felt her, I could see her paws were there, almost on my toes,” Place said. “She latched onto my leg.”

Authorities said they believe the same coyote attacked another North Attleboro woman earlier in the day while she was dumping a bag of leaves.

Calgary, Alberta – A Canadian woman was driving to work when a coyote darted in front of her vehicle, giving her little time to brake or swerve before hitting it.

Georgie Knox, who lives in Airdrie, Alberta had only just started her roughly 20-mile trek to Calgary when she struck the animal. “I heard a crunch and believed I ran over and killed it,” she posted on Facebook Saturday.

“Upon stopping at a traffic light by my work, a construction woman notified me that there was in fact a coyote still embedded in my car,” she wrote. “When I got out to look, this poor little guy was looking up and blinking at me.”

Knox said she notified Alberta’s Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, and officers managed to free the coyote. The creature escaped with minimal injuries.

After an appointment with a biologist to make sure he was healthy, Knox said officers released him in Kananaskis, a park system west of Calgary.

Online Public File • Terms of Service • Privacy Policy
• 1801 Grand Ave. Des Moines, IA 50309
• Copyright © 2018, WHO
• A Tribune Broadcasting Station • Powered by WordPress.com VIP

I’ve been remembering the Coyote Women lately. Raven Joy, Susan Lamela, Robyn Martin, Penny St. Claire and other womyn from the Ridge created the ad-hoc troupe of performers in the 1990s. I was honored to be included, and the lessons of autonomy and honesty I learned through them have served me well in the many years since.

Here is a piece I wrote shortly after the birth of my third son. He’ll be a teenager next week, so I wanted to remember this time and mark my last Birth Day. “Have three children, make four journeys upstream.” Carole Oles

I was fortunate to have a Coyote-Woman-Friend at each of my births. Stephanie at the first, which was in hospital, and Melanie at the second two, which were at home. I needed them so much, and their presence helped me immeasurably.

10:05 P.M. Listen to Husband talk to Midwife. Hear pause in conversation. He asks you, “How long are they, honey, thirty seconds?” You answer, “Maybe twenty.”

10:11 P.M. Together with Husband, get candles out of cupboard. Have contractions while Husband lights candles. Have more contractions. Begin to chant. Watch Husband move one-and-a-half year old from the bed to the bed extender. Stare at them both in amazement.

10:45 P.M. Midwife and Coyote-Woman-Friend arrive at the same time. The former begins to set up. The latter infuses the room with lavender. The former informs the latter that she can’t reach her apprentice. The former promotes the latter to Official Midwife’s Assistant.

It can be fun to spice up a relationship with a little prank now and then, as one mom learned with an amazingly hilarious series of texts to her husband about a new “dog” she decided to adopt. And by dog, we mean coyote.

Kayla Eby decided to trick husband Justin Bogh into thinking she’d brought a coyote into their family by telling him it was their new dog. With the help of a friend and the magic of Photoshop, she had him convinced that the creature was not only in their house, but riiiiight next to their diapered toddler on the couch.

If you’re prepared to laugh yourself into next week, check out these texts. We bear no responsibility for the coffee you’ll spray on your phone.

Well. Divorce might be a bit strong a word, but this is a coyote we’re talking about. It might be justified, Justin. (See what I did there?)

We can only imagine his panic by now. Shit is getting very real for Justin and probably hysterically funny for Kayla. And that’s when she went in for the kill.

OK, we honestly can’t blame the poor guy for getting a little temperamental at this point. That is some really good Photoshopping.

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, MA (WHDH) - A North Attleboro woman says police were forced to take deadly action when she recently came face-to-face with coyote during a frightening attack in her front yard.

“I’ve got two puncture wounds back here and I’m shredded here,” Judy Place said as she showed off her bandaged leg.

“I had blood everywhere on my pants,” Place said. “I just lost it. I was definitely traumatized.”

Place called police when she heard the animal trying to crawl under her mobile home. Place said she pointed officers to the coyote when officers arrived and turned to go back inside, but instead found herself up close with the animal.

“She looked at me. I looked back. When I felt her, I could see her paws were there, almost on my toes,” Place said. “She latched onto my leg.”

Authorities said they believe the same coyote attacked another North Attleboro woman earlier in the day while she was dumping a bag of leaves.

Calgary, Alberta – A Canadian woman was driving to work when a coyote darted in front of her vehicle, giving her little time to brake or swerve before hitting it.

Georgie Knox, who lives in Airdrie, Alberta had only just started her roughly 20-mile trek to Calgary when she struck the animal. “I heard a crunch and believed I ran over and killed it,” she posted on Facebook Saturday.

“Upon stopping at a traffic light by my work, a construction woman notified me that there was in fact a coyote still embedded in my car,” she wrote. “When I got out to look, this poor little guy was looking up and blinking at me.”

Knox said she notified Alberta’s Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, and officers managed to free the coyote. The creature escaped with minimal injuries.

After an appointment with a biologist to make sure he was healthy, Knox said officers released him in Kananaskis, a park system west of Calgary.

Online Public File • Terms of Service • Privacy Policy
• 1801 Grand Ave. Des Moines, IA 50309
• Copyright © 2018, WHO
• A Tribune Broadcasting Station • Powered by WordPress.com VIP

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, MA (WHDH) - A North Attleboro woman says police were forced to take deadly action when she recently came face-to-face with coyote during a frightening attack in her front yard.

“I’ve got two puncture wounds back here and I’m shredded here,” Judy Place said as she showed off her bandaged leg.

“I had blood everywhere on my pants,” Place said. “I just lost it. I was definitely traumatized.”

Place called police when she heard the animal trying to crawl under her mobile home. Place said she pointed officers to the coyote when officers arrived and turned to go back inside, but instead found herself up close with the animal.

“She looked at me. I looked back. When I felt her, I could see her paws were there, almost on my toes,” Place said. “She latched onto my leg.”

Authorities said they believe the same coyote attacked another North Attleboro woman earlier in the day while she was dumping a bag of leaves.

Calgary, Alberta – A Canadian woman was driving to work when a coyote darted in front of her vehicle, giving her little time to brake or swerve before hitting it.

Georgie Knox, who lives in Airdrie, Alberta had only just started her roughly 20-mile trek to Calgary when she struck the animal. “I heard a crunch and believed I ran over and killed it,” she posted on Facebook Saturday.

“Upon stopping at a traffic light by my work, a construction woman notified me that there was in fact a coyote still embedded in my car,” she wrote. “When I got out to look, this poor little guy was looking up and blinking at me.”

Knox said she notified Alberta’s Fish and Wildlife Enforcement, and officers managed to free the coyote. The creature escaped with minimal injuries.

After an appointment with a biologist to make sure he was healthy, Knox said officers released him in Kananaskis, a park system west of Calgary.

Online Public File • Terms of Service • Privacy Policy
• 1801 Grand Ave. Des Moines, IA 50309
• Copyright © 2018, WHO
• A Tribune Broadcasting Station • Powered by WordPress.com VIP

I’ve been remembering the Coyote Women lately. Raven Joy, Susan Lamela, Robyn Martin, Penny St. Claire and other womyn from the Ridge created the ad-hoc troupe of performers in the 1990s. I was honored to be included, and the lessons of autonomy and honesty I learned through them have served me well in the many years since.

Here is a piece I wrote shortly after the birth of my third son. He’ll be a teenager next week, so I wanted to remember this time and mark my last Birth Day. “Have three children, make four journeys upstream.” Carole Oles

I was fortunate to have a Coyote-Woman-Friend at each of my births. Stephanie at the first, which was in hospital, and Melanie at the second two, which were at home. I needed them so much, and their presence helped me immeasurably.

10:05 P.M. Listen to Husband talk to Midwife. Hear pause in conversation. He asks you, “How long are they, honey, thirty seconds?” You answer, “Maybe twenty.”

10:11 P.M. Together with Husband, get candles out of cupboard. Have contractions while Husband lights candles. Have more contractions. Begin to chant. Watch Husband move one-and-a-half year old from the bed to the bed extender. Stare at them both in amazement.

10:45 P.M. Midwife and Coyote-Woman-Friend arrive at the same time. The former begins to set up. The latter infuses the room with lavender. The former informs the latter that she can’t reach her apprentice. The former promotes the latter to Official Midwife’s Assistant.