I like nonsense, it wakes up the brain cells. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, It's a way of looking at life. Dr.Seuss

Sunday, September 25, 2011

How a mole entered my backyard



He's small, but ferocious....



15 comments:

  1. Oh no! A nose-diving underground invader! I hope he tunnels his way out of there before too much damage is done...

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  2. Looks as if a horse broke through the fence and left a sheep to escape. Where do I know about this????????

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  3. Oh, I know, I know, I have a strange power to interpret abstract art ;)

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  4. I think the answer to Shakespeare's question is:
    I'm anonymous and I barely am.
    Thanks Blogger, I am in eternity!

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  5. Those guys are terribly sneaky, especially that they can’t even see where they are going :o) Nice one!

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  6. @ curious art, anonymous and Jack:
    Thanks for visit!
    Yes these guys are very annoying . I had some problems with them 2 years ago.....I found it piteous to send them in happy hunting grounds but I preferred to not have them in my backyard. So I tried some "environmental and mole - friendly method: I took speakers, 150 watt amplifier and CD player in to my garden, speakers put on the "mole castle" and played some music from my teenager sons.......Well, my neighbors thought I am completely mad ( my family as well) but as we say in Artichokistan "He who laughs last, laughs Best" : I was right (of course as usually, :D)

    The mole never showed up in my backyard again and I declared the territory mole-free !!

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  7. Direct and to the point! You are a visual poet. P.S. I really like your profile pic. :)

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  8. If you say it's a mole, I believe you. No idea what it is, really. Looks like music sounds to me.

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  9. oh .... Fierce has nothing to do with size. a virus is fierce, not a panda. :)
    anonymous again, but its me

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  10. Love the way you dealt with the mole. I too have a hard time dispatching garden invaders "with extreme prejudice" but they can indeed be so very annoying. It's great when you can annoy them right back!

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  11. oh, no I do not lock my friends account, Blogger has a problem with us and I do not know what it is :(
    DD? the same picture as me?
    obviously it is a thief of intellectual property!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. I should learn in time to put a watermark on my pictures, stupid me ): !!!!!!!!!!!!

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  12. Sneaky little mole! Yesterday a chipmunk ran into my place of work. The door was open and he just ran in! Cute little devil... but not ferocious!

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  13. are you sure it was a mole???
    i thought you told me it was a hedgehog! :D

    oh well, sorry about the mole thing, i have never had mole problem in backyard...
    hahah you made me laugh with your method of getting rid of those creatures!!

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  14. I wish the shrews and moles in my yard were a little more ferocious. It seems they drop dead of heart attacks when my cat pats them. Really.

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