It will be interesting to see what happens weather wise...we r living in this house for 28 yrs and this is the first yr the squirrels are really making a mess gathering from the pine cones....they have so much debris all over it looked like mulch...all we can think is they r getting ready for a very cold winter....when we will get that weather is unknown,....lol....
This is funny to read Selma because we have been in our home for 30 yrs and we also here in MI had noticed that the squirrels were acting so funny this yr. They dug thousands of holes in our yard yet never put nuts in them. Never seen them behave this way, so I am also anxiious to see what the weather will be here in MI. MMMM!!!! animals are trying to tell us something. Hope it's all good. :)
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