A woodchuck kind of evening…

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Mowing and yard work done for the day, we retired to the barn porch for adult beverages.

Can you spot the baby woodchuck?

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He was seriously chill.

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There’s something very satisfying about spending the day beating your lawn and gardens into submission and then sitting back to enjoy the view.

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Which of course, included another baby woodchuck.

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Life is good.

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37 thoughts on “A woodchuck kind of evening…”

  1. Life is good, so why such viloent language? Why “beat a lawn into submission” when you can trim a lawn to show its best features? (Americans never cease to amaze me!)

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      1. Then why not defeat it? I heard on a garden ehow there is something called micro-clover. It covers the ground, makes it look green, but never needs cutting.
        I plan on looking into it, but so far I keep forgetting. Maybe now is a good time, for both of us.

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      2. Not you. The hubs. Keep him busy for awhile. Apparently it mixes with the grass. Mow it once a month. Sounds like you have ideal weather for it, unless you have high humidity.

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  2. I think I said this before, but your grass is spectacular, whatever it takes to keep it that way is worth it. Cathy can’t see any more of your pics or she’ll have me out there forever.
    I saw a bottle of Shipyard, melon?, on your table. I found a Cap.n Eli’s root beer bottle cap in a box of Redcoats. We brought some, and some Moxie, home from our trip and two weeks later It started showing up on the grocery store shelves. I don’t care much for Moxie, but I’m a big fan of root beer.
    So, how’s this digression going? I don’t know how big your property is, but you guys must be working like dogs to keep it up. Enjoy your beer and your barn, you’ve earned it.

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  3. I agree with Kenny, your grass is awesome! It seems that your property is about as big (or bigger) as a football field. I just love it! Alas I’m still weeding and battling fucking creeping Charlie’s from my front yard. I hate that despicable weed! And I have it everywhere!! 😡.

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  4. Life indeed is good. I would NEVER tire of your gorgeous yard and view…although I know it does take a lot of hard work. That little guy apparently is enjoying it as well.

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