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3.07.2009

Still life with squirrel *ha ha* and squirrelly rocks

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13 comments:

  1. I don't think it's playing opossum, either!

    I was a bit worried when I read the title to this post... wasn't sure what I would find considering my blog is titled "Squirrel Tooth Alice" :D

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  2. It's definitely an ex-squirrel, S. I guess I should have thought the title through a little better :D

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  3. The squirrel photo makes me want to cry. I love the squirrels in IOWA. They are a different color than the ones here. Not sure why. I could sit and watch "live" squirrels forever. They are playful little creatures. The other photo is nice, too. xo

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  4. I didn't mean to upset you, babe. You and I have different views of squirrels, I'm afraid :-)
    Thanks xoxo

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  5. I still remember the loud explosion and the power going out, rushing to the backyard and the smell of burnt hair, the wisps of smoke rising from the body of the squirrel who took that one step he should not have...

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  6. An owl once took out the entire Du Pont plant here, Burst. It took them a month to get everything completely running again.

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  7. Over here we train squirrels to repair power lines.

    They’re all volunteers, of course.

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  8. The ones here seem to be trained to break, enter and destroy, Simon.

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  9. Already fried up and ready for dinner.

    burstmode, we get a lot of downed power lines from Kamakazi squirrels also.

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  10. The stone carvings are great, the squirrel not so great!

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  11. Not much more than a sandwich's worth of meat, jj...

    I liked the stone, stu, I shot the squirrel because it was an unusual place to see a dead one.

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  12. I'm with Beyondwords. I can imagine the squirrel running happily along and the ZAP! {So not cool.}

    Sort of like the canary indicator (when the canary dies the miner's know it's time to leave the coal mines) the squirrel's body should be telling the power company something.

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  13. ST, a squirrel running along power lines is akin to playing in the street, it can be quite dangerous...

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