The April squirrel.

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In the continuing saga that is my kitchen calendar ( Bless you my loyal readers, the content here at River’s World is sometimes less than thought provoking ) we have now arrived at April.

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The rodent featured this month seems to be knee deep in a pagan celebration of spring. But seeing that we live in Maine, where May can bring snow …. our resident red bitch from Hell is probably not celebrating in kind.

No, more than likely she’s gathering up dead grasses and leaves in anticipation of building a nest for her future demon offspring in our one of our eaves.

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The battle continues.

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30 thoughts on “The April squirrel.”

    1. I love all creatures, except one. A red squirrel bitch from Hell that chewed holes in our barn, lived in our attic, hid rotting fruit in our outdoor furniture, nested in our eaves and gave birth to a passle of progeny that we had to forcibly evict one by one. It’s been an ongoing battle for over a year. Heavily documented in blogs.

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  1. Set up a video cam on your roof in the area where you think the leak is. Ms. Re Squirrel is bound to find the opening eventually, and then you’ll know exactly where the leak is. With any luck, hubby can seal the opening while the red devil is still inside, thereby trapping her and solving two problems with one fix….and since I like you, there’s no charge for this brilliant idea.

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