Pine cones, tens of them, stuffed up my eavestrough drain… we usually find out when the fall rains arrive.
That sounds painful!
Although those are English walnuts rather than the bitter puts black stains on everything black walnuts which are probably what the squirrel was caching.
Clearing the pine cones is just a matter of taking the drain connection off and stuffing the leaf blower into it… Haven’t managed to time that for when the offending tree-rat was in the drain, might discourage the critter if I did. At least it wasn’t the trash-pandas this time…
The obligatory video of an antenna full of acorns:
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Boy, these euphemisms are getting out of hand!
Sorry, my mind always goes into the gutter.
I had to put a child lock on our trash can due to the raccoon buffet.
You’re at the light and some guy pulls up and revs his engine. So you look at him, tap the pedal, and let him hear that you have over 200 walnuts under the hood.
Euphemisms? That’s a type of metphor, no?
Fortunately nothing goes over my head… my reflexes are too fast, I would catch it..
All of this has happened before , and all of this will happen again .
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