Things That Go Whirr in the Night

18 Oct

As I was locking up tonight I heard a familiar, but unidentifiable noise.

Not the pump, not the dishwasher, not the fridge doing something new and exciting. The raccoons had managed to turn on the leaf blower.

I really, really wish I had seen that!

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2 Responses to “Things That Go Whirr in the Night”

  1. Peg Wilson October 19, 2013 at 10:03 pm #

    Now all you need to do is to leave the manual out. Perhaps they will read it and actually use it. They could help out the Squire.

  2. LutheranLadies October 31, 2013 at 5:40 am #

    Those little boogers are quite handy at creating a ruckus. Hopefully it scared them away for several nights.

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