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Wednesday, 25 June 2008

Raccoon Saga Part II

Well .. the "critter ridder guy" hasn't shown up yet .. it is just noon time now. So I will cut him some slack because there seems to be an outbreak of furry bandit buggers taking residence in Kingston houses .. they heard the market was hot ?
Hubby and I have been working like maniacs between the shed and the garden .. trying to make sure everything is in order .. whip and chair out for my Engelmann Ivy vine (and I thought it might be weak from the case of blight last year ? )
So ... nothing has happened yet .. my stressful anticipation gage is climbing .. will this end in a good way and SOON ??????? stay tuned !

8 comments:

Brenda Kula said...

I'm waiting too! Can't wait to hear what happens!
Brenda

GardenJoy4Me said...

Brenda .. he is supposed to be here by 2:30 .. it is 2:06 rightnow ... the clock is ticking ! LOL

ourfriendben said...

Ugh---once he arrives, I think i'd flee to a movie theatre if I were you all! A fun, stress-free laugh-a-thon sounds like just what you all need between the masked invader and all that yard work!

Nancy J. Bond said...

I'll be checking back soon to see how this ends...happily for all, I hope. :)

Dee/reddirtramblings said...

I hate raccoons. I had one that bit the heads off of chickens. They also eat everything else. Good luck.

GardenJoy4Me said...

Oh my god Dee .. I have never heard of that before .. that is ghastly .. YUCK ! .. now I can't get that picture out of my head .. eeeuuuuwww !

I'm posting in a bit Nancy .. almost there !

'ben" .. our neighbors came over and made us laugh a lot while critter ridder guy was planning his approach ... next post !

cindee said...

The tomato juice on the skunky dog doesn't work. But there is a receipe online that works great. It has dish soap, peroxide, baking soda, something else anyhow you shampoo with that. It takes the smell away fast. I had to use it one night when we went out to lock up the chickens and there was a skunk in the pen!!!! Jack had his way with it and of course the skunk got even. Nasty smell!!!! Burns your eyes!!

GardenJoy4Me said...

Cindee ... now that recipe makes more sense to me .. what would we do without the net ? LOL ... I wonder how that whole thing with the tomato juice happened .. maybe the tomato juice industy was "slow" ? LOL