Ed Scherer wrote: ↑Thu Sep 10, 2020 12:12 pm
I just got done ordering the replacement seals for the garage doors. Hope to have things nicely sealed up within a week.
BTW, Sean, it's cool that your rats are sophisticated enough to enjoy the occasional cigar. ;)
Got new garage doors being installed next week, guy said rodents are going to do what rodents will do and not to expect them to abide by seals or barriers.
It was funny when one of them came under the fence, walked right up to the patio watching me the entire time, walked up and went right under the chairs and moseyed along the wall heading to the garage. Care free dude he was. So far they have not tried to build any condos in the cars. I'm amazed at what they did in your car.
worf wrote: ↑Thu Sep 10, 2020 12:17 pm
When I was a kid - in Texas - big efin’ rats and coyotes got lead poisoning. I guess D/FW is just more ‘civilized’ than the panhandle.
Told the wife I'd sit out here in the garage with a cigar and a pellet gun, both her and the daughter got the "that's gross" face. They yotes have been good to have around and enjoyed watching them over the years. New pups each spring, not scared of much and don't mind the howling some evenings. The pack leader looks like a well fed German Sheppard, never seen one like him. Not scraggly like most. They've had a good life back there. Sad it's coming to an end with 135 houses being built. I aint in the country anymore.