The natural world around me, both a few steps and a few miles, away.
HaHa! That brings back memories of the days when my own bird feeding operation was dominated by grey squirrels. That's one of the great things about eastern Ontario. Next to no grey squirrels and I don't miss them a bit.
oh my word!!! and i thought I had a problem with 6 or 7 at once!!! oh my word!!!
omg I love it, that is awesome, reminds me of the first year here in our house, I counted once 23 squirrels on the deck lol... and my mom was here for a visit, being out there smoking and she totally freaked out when they all showed up and surrounded her lol....I still hear her calling for some back up lol...I love squirrels.
Oh my goodness ! there`s hundreds !
Oh my gosh! What an abundance of squirrels. Must be all the new family members have discovered Louise's free buffet.
MOL/LOLMom and I will no longer complain about the 2 or 3 we have in our yard. Holy smoke that looks like a redneck squirrel reunion.Hugs Madi and Mom
HOLY RODENTIA!I am speechless!!!
Mercy, Louise, move, quick! How about 18 and two wee birds trying to come in for a landing. You do have a few. Thanks for stopping by.BlessYourHeart
Oh, my, goodness! I've never seen so many squirrels all in the same place and not chasing each other!Welcome back!I saw a "turkey lady" yesterday and thought of you!
that's the most number i saw...
I count 19 more than I've ever seen here.
Geez Louise! What are you putting in their food?! I want some! lolI counted 20. And I thought we were having a time with our ONE in the shed!
Perhaps you're starting a wildlife refuge!! Ha, Ha. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
oh my goodness...where do they all come from?
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