Saturday, January 31, 2009

Fe Fie Fo Fum...

We were leaving yesterday and I happened to look at the roof. What was that??? There were tracks on our roof. What, or who in the world was on our roof traipsing around?? I don't think it was the crow that i sitting in the tree in the back garden.Upon further investigation we can see right where they hop onto the roof.
Yes, all tracks seem to fan out from here.
I believe we know who the culprits are.
I hope you are all having a nice weekend.
After I posted my DB decided to get a couple of pictures to add to the one I had. You can see there are several of these rascals about the garden. Cute but they can be destructive.


23 comments:

  1. Ahhhh... doesn't he look cute! And so innocent. But we know that looks can be deceiving!

    Enjoy your weekend, too!
    Carol, May Dreams Gardens

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  2. I thought it was going to be one of the flying squirrels!

    Those creatures are all over our roof and always looking for a way in! (Nibble Nibble like a mouse...Who's been nibbling at my house?)

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  3. Lisa,

    While looking at your photos I had a flashback to winters in St Louis! I am letting my snow fantasies go!

    Love the squirrel looking so cute and happy at Chez Greenbow! Every night we here some creature drop from a huge oak tree onto the roof and run over to the privacy gate and climb down! It is either a possum or a raccoon.

    Have a good weekend and do keep warm!

    Gail

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  4. Are you sure it wasn't reindeer? :) Seriously, that squirrel looks so cute sitting there. Have a good weekend.

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  5. Lisa, I must not be fully awake yet, because I had no idea what had made those tracks:) Wonder if he has stored some nuts on your roof? Thanks for starting my day with a chuckle.

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  6. They are cute! I kind of miss having the little rascals. I wonder just how long it will take before they find there way here.

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  7. I know they're naughty. But they're so. darn. cute. Unlike the 4 voles/moles the bad catchildren caught in the basement this morning and delivered to us.

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  8. As I started reading this I was hoping it was our coyote on your roof lol. Those squirrels are adorable little destructive things arn't they. They certainly put up some adorable poses for you.

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  9. How cute is he....and he looks well fed.....

    Although they cause damage we wouldn't be without them, would we??

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  10. Absolutely Adorable! What a fun investigation :) you made my heart smile :)

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  11. I love the last photo. He looks lke he's found a safe place high above all that snow. I just imagine the squirrels are not used to that much snow either.

    At least the sun is shinning there today and it looks a little warmer. We're having sun and a warm up too! Hurray! Have a great weekend.

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  12. My squirrel tracks tend to also have part of the squirrels bottom in them, but it's space to say my snow is a lot deeper than that on your roof. My squirrels are fine; it's their groundhog cousins that damage my garden, but at least they hibernate.

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  13. What a little cutie... we don't get those here - infact I've only seen 2 squirrels around here in 5 yrs - they were the little red ones with furry ears! Miranda

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  14. It's a constant battle to keep them out of our attic. They are crafty little things.--Randy

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  15. They're so annoying but I can't help but laugh at them - all the time.

    Pretty icicles!

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  16. Cute little guys . . . hope they are not bowling up there . . I know mine in my attic do! :)

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  17. Your squirrels look a bit differnt to ours (here they are red), but they are as sweet (and probably naughty too) as ours ;-) !!

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  18. I know they can be destrucitve, but my goodness, how cute they are!
    Katarina

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  19. A shame they are destructive, they are so cute...
    Thanks for the nice pictures anyway.

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  20. So adorable rascals:)
    Indeed they are cute!

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  21. They ARE cute! But I can say that because our squirrels stay away from the bird feeders, probably because of the cats. Even though the cat would likely lose in a confrontation, I don't think the squirrels know that!

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  22. oh thats so cute! our fury animals only come out at night, so I just love the way squirrels get around in plain view!

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