I’ve taken Anonymous’s advice and we’re holding an open house for the squirrel. It’s a lovely buffet of his favorite snack: organic tomatoes. We’re thinking about playing some music and serving cocktails under the pomegranate tree. We even invited all his friends: a couple of rabbits, rats, coyotes, bobcats, and a special shout out to all the rattlesnakes in the area. I hope the squirrel appreciates the special private room we set up just for him. Once he’s inside it turns into a party bus so he can feast on tomatoes as he gets to ride down the freeway and then off to an adventure down a canyon road where he and his tomatoes will get thrown… oops I mean will be dropped off in a… sanctuary… yeah that’s it… a squirrel sanctuary. I think it’s called the I Hope You Choke On Tomatoes and Die Sanctuary. Party on.
What a hilarious contraption (contrapsion? contrapshun, you know, that thing)?! Do you have a patent on it? Just out of curiousity, how is the trap door activated? Is there a secret word uttered by the unsuspecting guest? kind of like “look mates, we’ve hit the big time”….oops.
I haven’t seen roasted squirrel in your recipes. Being from the North I used to have a book called “Road Kill Recipes” Really, look it up!
This reminds me of the commerial on TV when all the animals of the forest come knocking on a familes door and the family are on their computers and what not and they say unplug and get back to nature.
If you’re playing the right music; I just may have to join that squirrel for a cocktail, underneath that pomegranate tree~! 😀
Jenny I hope you catch that nasty little critter… to the Sanctuary!! LOL!
lol…you’re funny Jenny, but I see that you are still none to happy with the squirrel. I hope you catch him and anything else that messes with the things in your yard…
Keep us updated and my fingers are crossed 😉
Go get’em and show’em who’s boss 🙂