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Or not.

That's what my Grandson shouted to me a couple of minutes ago.

I think I need to spend a little more time getting them out.




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Well, it has a "C" (two of them) and and two "O's", so he was half right.

I had trouble sleeping last night because the deer were making so much noise in the driveway.  They knocked a sheet of 3/4" plywood over a small pile of yew cuttings, and they kept banging the plywood into the garage door as they stuck their heads under it to get at the greens.
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Oh, well. Close enough. At least the critter is on the other side of the glass.

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At least the critter is on the other side of the glass.

That's what the raccoon said.   :laugh:
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Or not.

That's what my Grandson shouted to me a couple of minutes ago.

I think I need to spend a little more time getting them out

That's the problem with our language -- everything  has to have a different word!  Sheesh.    :p

One of the many reasons why kids are so cute...   :)


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At least the critter is on the other side of the glass.

That's what the raccoon said.   :laugh:

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At least he knows there is something called coyote. Nice.

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How cute is that? And why doesn't it run? Why does it just sit there looking at you with it's beady little eyes?

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Well, it's furry and gray and has four legs...pretty close.  I love the pic...a staring contest of sorts.

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Great photos!  Thanks for sharing.  That first one is really classic, especially because you can barely tell there's glass between 'em!

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Hi...


                      Who threw all that 'coon fodder outside on the porch...??
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Who threw all that 'coon fodder outside on the porch...??

First thing in the morning, we throw out one scoop of corn for the squirrels, ducks and jays, and one scoop of bird feed for the juncos, chickadees, finches etc. (and to keep the cats entertained during the day while we're gone.)

Normally it's all gone by evening, if not by noon, but with both Grandkids running around out back all day long, they kept the birds/ squirrels from polishing off their rations.


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