SILVERTHORNE, Colo. (CBS4) — There was a new chapter in the “Moose Watch” story in Silverthorne on Friday — and it introduced two new characters.

The town library was forced to close on Wednesday, not because of the blizzard, but because a bull moose decided to take a nap on the sidewalk outside the front entrance.

(credit: Silverthorne Police)

The moose returned to the library on Friday — with a female and a calf!

Officials said library patrons were staying inside while “Muffin” and the two other moose hung around outside.

“Posing this afternoon for a glamour shot in front of our beloved Buffalo Mountain,” the Town of Silverthorne tweeted Friday afternoon.

(credit: Town of Silverthorne)

In a separate non-fiction tale, a moose broke into a home in Breckenridge Friday and decided to take a nap in one of the bedrooms.

(credit: Colorado Parks & Wildlife)