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    smokes Re: There's Always The Weather

    The count is now 1.2 dekasquirrels.

    When it was like one squirrel occassionally spotted, that was okay.
    But, 1.2 dekasquirrels, that's 12 or a dozen in American,
    is obviously too many squirrels in this end of suburbia.

    I do enjoy my garden and the squirrels enjoy the loquats, tiny green avocados,
    apricots, etc.

    The sweet shelling peas are some seven feet tall and the lower pods are sweet
    with tender shells sweeter than the peas inside which are big. I pick, destring and eat.

    Today I planted mixed spinach seeds again and 2 kinds of seedless watermelon seeds.

    Some weeks ago I spotted a rabbit in my front yard. I heard from neighbors there was a rabbit about.
    If it gets into my lettuce, arugula, or future spinach <hope> <hope> it will not be so cute anymore. And I imagine trapping to be more difficult and peanut butter is probably not a rabbit lure. What is? A carrot?


    Moi

    PS No to mothballs. OFBK (Old Fat Black Kitty) now 18 years old would probably not like them.
    It's her yard too. She use to be quite a rat killer and consumed them in her youth.

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    smokes Re: There's Always The Weather

    Weather fronts that bring rain to the north bring cool breezes and
    cloudy skies to the O.C. Gray clouds. White clouds. Partially cloudy. Totally cloudy. And hazy too.
    All in the matter of 1 hour. That's 100 centiminutes in Metric where 1 hour is a tenth of a day. No it can't be over 2.4 hours American. <recalculating> <recalculating music> I must mean 42.6 not 100 to be 1 / 2.4th of a Metric hour. And that's why we should all be American.

    Squirrel #15 has been relocated.
    I am thinking of spray painting them with food coloring in order to tag them and see if the do return.
    And I saw #16 skipping around my yard. He got too near an occupied bird house and the bird did dives at him chasing him away. They crush by Sweet Shelling Peas that stand over 7' tall. I never imaged. They just keep growing up.


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    Re: There's Always The Weather

    I did once devise a metric clock and calendar myself for some strange reason. -Even divided the world into ten time zones. I called the hours decigyros or "didges" for short. Then the ten day week I called a decagyro or "deck" for short. Then there's the milligyros or "midges" , "cenges", and the three year long " kilogyro". A "gyro" is one spin of the earth. Oh yeah, I put the international date line in the Atlantic Ocean rather than the Pacific. AD 2000 came out to the year 666 though unless I set the initial date to another (maybe Buddhist) beginning. Itiota soy. So much for stardate such and such.

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    Around my city lot and the surrounding lots I have at rough count 3 decasquirrels . They are gray/brown, black and white (albino and just white). They climb all over the house since I cut down a very large cottonwood tree. Once in awhile one loses footing and I have the pleasure of hearing him scramble before falling off the roof. Just for the record the temp here is going to be at or below freezing tonight with possible light snow. --FLO--
    Condensing fact from the vapor of nuance.

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    The temperature here today is 84 F. in beautiful sunny California. I rarely see squirrels.
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