You might have seen his lurking, furry figure frolicking around in the snow this weekend.
Or, maybe you bumped into him at Union Square Donuts in Somerville.
After a mild winter gave way to some serious snowfall over the last few days, Boston's beloved Yeti was back on the prowl.
Lured by the snowfall, he could be seen over the weekend shoveling out driveways and snacking on his favorite treats (orange cardamom and poppy seed doughnuts).
The Boston Yeti, somewhat elusive, yet social media savvy — and an apparent brand spokesman — first revealed himself to the city in the winter of 2015. It was then he provided some help with shoveling and much-needed comic relief amid the hammering blizzards that buried the city under 100 inches of snow.
Unless you happen to run into the yeti during a winter storm, he can prove hard to find.
He's been toying with the idea of setting up a yeti signal so that city folks can easily call on him, but for now you can follow along with the yeti's adventures on Twitter @BostonYeti2015 and on Instagram at @thebostonyeti_official.
"If anyone out there has experience building signals of this magnitude please get in touch," the yeti asked during an email interview with Metro on Monday. Yes, the yeti does speak, and he has a lot to say:
Where was the yeti born? Are you a Boston native or did you migrate here from other lands?
I'm a true Boston native! Like many of my cryptic comrades (the Dover Demon in nearby Dover, MA, the New Jersey Devil, Champy up in Lake Champlain) I'm rather shy and have felt self-conscious about stepping out into society. In 2015, I saw all of the snow falling and thought it would be a good time to slowly introduce myself to the state, country and world. So far I've been well received, but I'm still shy.
We haven’t seen much of the yeti this winter, what do you do during hibernation?
I've been keeping busy this winter. My friends at Union Square Donuts in Somerville taught me how to make cappuccino and in January I caught up with some great folks at Polartec (creators of fleece!) to help spread the word about a fabulous event they have coming up on Saturday, Feb. 25 in Waterville, N.H., called FattyFest. It's all about riding fat bikes. I had never heard of fat bikes before, but after riding one I knew right away they were definitely made for Yetis.