Sunday, November 1, 2009

SundayStills - hallowe'en

the day after hallowe'en
BREAKFAST!


a feast for the squirrels!

26 comments:

  1. Very cool, he is deffinatly enjoying himself.:-)

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  2. Cute!...Something has been eating up all the pumpkins on the porches of my sister's neighborhood...altho I haven't seen one I am suspecting squirrels too:)

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  3. "What ever will I do, there is far more than my cheeks can hold....."

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  4. I didn't realize squirrels liked pumpkins. I thought they only liked seeds and nuts.

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  5. Looks like the squirrel has hit gold!

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  6. Cool shots! That is one chubby squirrel. I think he'll winter well!

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  7. Fun, they need food to.
    Maria berg

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  8. This is just too cute. He's eatting at the Halloween buffet. :)

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  9. Char: sassy - that's a good description for a squirrel!

    Ed: he was still at it after I'd turned around to walk back.

    Oliag: I was dodging squirrels all morning, so it is quite likely.

    Lori: I was surprised there was only one at this display!

    Sistertex: sometimes, I think he looked a little overexcited at his cache.

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  10. Nora: there were probably still a lot of pumpkin seeds inside these ones. and they are very tasty.

    crazysheeplady: thanks, that's exactly what I was aiming for.

    Colleen: I imagine that's what he thought.

    Shirley: and we want the squirrels to winter well, don't we?!

    Maria: if only they weren't such messy eaters.

    dibear: I bet they really look forward to this time of year - dessert treats.

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  11. I bet it didn't take the squirrel very long to discover this feast. Thre may be a few more ther tomorrow!

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  12. Stine: there were certainly many of the beggars running around the streets.

    SAW: I know - he had that whole stash all to himself (while I was watching anyway!)

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  13. The squirrels, are they after the seeds or the flesh?

    They are doing a great job recycling what would otherwise be a rotting pile of pumpkins.

    Re: The row of houses, luckily, many of the houses in New Zealand are detached houses, and in the old days, a law of quarter acre. We are renting one of these detached house. We may have to buy one of these terraced houses though.

    In Singapore, we once stayed in a block of 4 stories and there were 14 units. Not nice for noise.

    What kind of you are you staying? When I was in Windsor, the first apartments I stayed was up stairs a block of shops.

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  14. I am pleased to see that Halloween is good for something!

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  15. lol! This is great. What a fun twist to the challenge. Love this!

    ~Lisa

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  16. I often wondered what happened to all the insides and outsides of those carved pumpkins!

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  17. Ann: I have seen squirrels eating the flesh, but I would have thought the seeds were their main object of desire.

    Meggie: and see how the squirrels get the healthy stuff and the kids get the junk food?

    Lisa: thanks, I'm not much into Hallowe'en myself.

    Gilly: then there are those that get tossed to the middle of the road to be squashed by cars.

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  18. I've been looking for some pumpkins by the curb to bring home for my hens. They love 'em!

    Funny, I didn't know squirrels could read the calendar! Or anything, for that matter! lol

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  19. Now THAT sort of thing makes my Halloween!

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  20. Susan: hens love pumpkins? would that make a difference to their eggs, I wonder?

    Lena: it was fun actually, wandering around looking for just the right squirrel and pumpkin combination.

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  21. I did not know that squirrels liked to eat squash. Great pictures

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  22. Carly: the things one learns about nature living in a city, eh?!

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