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Isn't she cute?  She and her offspring had a wild, drug-fueled party last night. They purposefully unhooked my hanging baskets and blown glass hummingbird feeder and threw them to the ground.  Tore petunias out of the baskets.  Everything was on the ground.

The wild turkeys scratched my plants out of their way so they could take naps in my beds.

And I think the deer ate all of my larkspur and half of my skullcap last night.

I've been nice to these creatures and tried to live in harmony with them, but right now all I can say is "Wildlife meet stewpot."

Fuck them.

Scream1
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#2
Good luck with that. Chuckle
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#3
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBv-qIAtW5A
"Most likely, I'll be a dick today somewhere or somehow"
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(07-10-2019, 11:13 AM)Full Throttle Wrote: Good luck with that.  Chuckle

Gee, thanks. Eyeroll
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Chuckle

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jes sayin...
When life knocks you flat on your face roll over and look at the stars.
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I wrongly accused my deer babies. They are safe from the stew pot.

It was all the turkeys and the raccoons.
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(07-10-2019, 11:34 AM)Talon Wrote: I wrongly accused my deer babies. They are safe from the stew pot.

It was all the turkeys and the raccoons.

Deer eat some of our Hosta's, just the tops, looks like something out of the Addam's Family garden. Chuckle
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I think part of the problem is that the one-acre sliver of forest between me and the state park was bull-dozed this week. The jerk who owns it has a new toy and wanted to play. So now all of the animals are freaked the fuck out.
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(07-10-2019, 11:10 AM)Talon Wrote: [Image: ich9zoq.jpg]

Isn't she cute?  She and her offspring had a wild, drug-fueled party last night. They purposefully unhooked my hanging baskets and blown glass hummingbird feeder and threw them to the ground.  Tore petunias out of the baskets.  Everything was on the ground.

The wild turkeys scratched my plants out of their way so they could take naps in my beds.

And I think the deer ate all of my larkspur and half of my skullcap last night.

I've been nice to these creatures and tried to live in harmony with them, but right now all I can say is "Wildlife meet stewpot."

Fuck them.

Scream1

Reminds me of a guy who bought some acreage that bordered National Park land.
He wondered why he got it for a good price until he started to notice that the grass didn't grow. This was not good as he intended to buy grazing stock.

So he went & sat one hundred yards or so from the bushland & went into a meditative state. He then called on the spirit guardians of the animals to make a deal ... telepathically, off course. In his minds eye he pictured a one hundred yard boundary of his land that bordered the bush.
He 'told' the animal guardians that this was for the animals to eat. Beyond that was for his sheep.

Within days he started to notice that there was a distinct line forming roughly one hundred yards from his border, where the grass was closely cropped on one side, while it started growing on the other.

This is a true story [If memory serves, it was in a book written by the father of Nexus magazines editor, Duncan Roads] It doesn't surprise me because this is one way that I communicate with animals & once a Huntsman spider the size of my hand.

Maybe you could do similar by making a deal leaving out vegie & fruit scraps as an offering? [Something tells me that you might be open to such an idea]
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I thought damn squirrels were stealing my suet out of a tree and I persecuted them with relentless intent until I found out it was my damn neighbors dog who would stand up on its' hind legs.
"Most likely, I'll be a dick today somewhere or somehow"
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