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Date:7/30/2014 3:39:34 PM
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Hi Cu-Bird
Yeah, the squirrels are pretty destructive, but they are so clever, too. Raccoons, though, are just destructive! One year mom was visiting her brother in the center of the state, and he said they should go out and pick the new variety of corn he had planted. It was called candy corn, and was supposed to be really sweet, like its namesake. They went to the corn patch, and the outside looked fine, but when they went into the first row, all the corn on the inside had been eaten and/or destroyed. Those raccoons had left the outer line intact, gone inside, and ate to their hearts' delight. And like all raccoons, what they didn't eat, they took a bite or 2 out of, then tossed those ears to the ground! Mom's brother was just furious! (Mom laughed, she thought it was funny.) Hope you are having a great day, Cu! Hugs, Willie
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