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BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. — A pair of foxes decided a snowy roof was a great place for some rest and relaxation last weekend.

Andy Carver said he woke up Sunday and saw the foxes outside of his window on top of a roof.

He said it took him a few minutes to figure out what he was seeing because he was only “half awake.”

“I was shocked. I was like what in the heck is that because I had just opened my eyes. My wife had just opened the blinds and that was the first thing I saw. I was like how did they get up there? what is going on?” he said.

Carver said Breckenridge has received about 4 feet of snow recently, so the foxes had no trouble climbing right up a snow pile and onto the roof of the garage.

He said they went on their way after about an hour.

Foxes on the roof in Breckenridge. Photo credit: Andy Carver
Foxes on the roof in Breckenridge. (Photo: Andy Carver)