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Thursday, August 27, 2009

Life in Lawn Tractor - or Not

Over the weekend Paul went to mow the lawn and lifted the hood of the lawn tractor as he always does to blow out any excess grass that may have accumulated in there. This time he saw not only an excess of grass but four pink little squirming bodies. There was no way easy to get to them. No, it wasn't just lifting off that grid on top. He called up the company to find out what to do. There was more to it. He got out his tools and proceeded to loosen some bolts. He walked away for a few minutes and when he came back they were all gone!! Apparently, mom was around somewhere, knew what was going on, and moved them all to a new home.

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