All About Moose

Interested in learning all about moose? Did you want to know the entirety of scientific literature about the grand and noble creature? Well, we recommend that you check out this site, this site, or a personal favorite of ours, this site for some fun fact-filled reading. Unfortunately, there will be no very few, if any, moose in this blog.

There will, however, be plenty of fashion from Kels & Marci. We’re two girls who never thought we’d be the type to get into fashion blogging. We’ve found that it’s a really fun way to consistently stay in touch with each other at we move away from our college lifestyles and grow up in the real world. You can read more about us on our individual pages.

If you have any questions for us, or want to get in contact with us, feel free to send us an email at mooseinchartreuse (at) gmail (dot) com !

You can also see our antics on our twitter feed,

8 responses to “All About Moose

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  2. How dare you both! Teasing the internet with promises of Moose, but delivering nothing but dry, good humoured blogging.

    You should be very proud.

    • What can we say? We are masters at luring readers in with false promises about moose. I promise if we ever have real-life moose encounters, they shall be shared promptly. In fact…

      This one time, when I was a wee girl of 11 or 12 and visiting my grandparents up in their remote corner of Alaska, I was wandering outside their archery shop. I managed to wander smack into a baby moose, and looked up to see a very grumpy looking Mother Moose behind the baby. I made it back to the shop without being any worse for the wear.

      That’s by best (only) moose story. I’ll keep you posted, though.

      PS–You’re one to talk, Space Giraffe. Hans Solo’s neck is not nearly long enough to count as a giraffe.

      • Errrr……
        Ah, you need to see Lucas’ new cut of the original trilogy. Shot in something called G-Vision, all the characters have super long necks…

        Yeah, I’m reaching here.

        Thanks for your touching Moose Story ™ though!

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