I'm looking for my manual for graceful living.
I think I set it down somewhere over here...
My only thought...Holy Crap. Well, maybe a more colorful, inappropriate version of holy crap.
Squirrels must really be snake phobic!
I'll devote my next squirrel to you. However, not to gloat, but they are hard to come by these days...
Hot Pepper Wax...spray on everything plastic until they get out of the mating crazed pent up frustrations. They were eating my hose reel but the wax worked.
Evil dastardly squirrels! Every spring when I turn on the drip system to test it, I guarantee we have at least one 'old faithful' geyser where the blasted squirrels have bitten clean through it. If only squirrels actually did something useful, like catch gophers, or voles. Not eat irrigation lines and run off with our best produce! I'm so sorry...I feel your pain, truly I do. Grrrrr!
Holy smokes! I have never, EVER seen such bite-y squirrel damage to a hose!
I could send you a recipe for a local favorite, Brunswick Stew, which traditionally calls for squirrel.
We have squirrels in residence, one lived under our deck all winter. Everyone thinks they're sooo cute; they can really be destructive little beggars!
Well, ouch! I heard that squirrel stew is pretty good...
so... just why do they go after hoses? Besides to lurk and watch the humans wave arms around and curse I mean...
Yo! I guess I should be grateful mine only eat the birdseed.
One winter a squirrel chewed our outdoor xmas light wire into 2 foot lengths. Then the chewed out the cups that hold the bulbs and took them into the trees where he proceeded to eat the cup-thingys. For the longest time I couldn't figure out what was happening until I saw a bulb drop from "the sky" in front of me!
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