No one knows where Tiger Woods is, but his wife Elin Nordegren isn't hiding.
Following her ski trip to the French Alps, she was spotted Monday near her family's home in Windermere, Fla., playing with 2-year-old daughter Sam and 10-month-old son Charlie.
In an Entertainment Tonight video, Nordegren -- in a hooded top with the name of Tiger's university, Stanford, emblazoned on the back -- is seen pulling the kids in a Radio Flyer wagon.
Meanwhile, Woods, 33, could be anywhere.
TMZ.com says he's in Africa at a friend's estate where he wants to "completely disappear from public view."
But other reports claim he is holed up at the Trump International on Central Park West in New York City. He also has been rumored to be hiding out in Florida, Arizona and Dubai.
For now, you can find Woods on the cover of February's Vanity Fair, where he appears shirtless and pumping iron. The photos were taken before his sex scandal.