My new next-door neighbor has a dinosaur in her front yard. It had been roaming around outside since before Halloween, and through Thanksgiving and Christmas. But it moved so fast I hadn't been able to get a picture of it until now. Seems the lack of vegetation reduced it to a skeleton, and the frigid temperatures slowed the cold-blooded beast to a crawl. And now my neighbor has taken this opportunity to adorn it with a hat. Good on her, now I won't call the Humane Society. At least the beast is warm now, but what kind of a neighbor would let a pet dinosaur roam around outside, especially in winter?