I only ever see one at a time, and can't predict where they'll show up. To catch them that way, I'd basically have to cover every wall entirely with sticky tape.Can you use light to attract them to sticky tape?
I looked online several times a day, went to see some, then found this place. I’ll get the inside done before I move in. Thinking about hiring some of the fence done. It’s hot and dry, the ground is hard, it would take too long for me to pound in T-posts. I’ll get enough fence up to hold sheep/dogs over the winter. I have a lot of stuff to move, hope I can get it all done before surgery.Did you have to look at lots of properties before you found this one? I take it you will do the projects inside before your surgery?
Thanks!It sounds wonderful!
Hahaha! I’ll HAVE to take things easy when I can’t walk!Congratulations on getting your new home
PLUS Making more work for yourself I thought I told you too take things easy lady .
I will have too have words with your son and hospital to make absolutely sure you actually STOP after your knee replacement
DS saw a baby rabbit the other day out by the garden and I was all upset thinking somebody had dumped another rabbit, but I never saw it again and then the other day he saw one in the front of the house by the driveway and he said he is pretty sure both of them are wild cottontails and not tame rabbits. I have never seen a cottontail in town all the years here, but last year I saw a coon and that was the first time too.And, speaking of rascally critters, Benjamin Bunny ("2-5 litters per year...litter sizes average 4–6 kits") was in a large pvc pipe where we park the pickup during garden work. He hung out for about 15 minutes before making an escape much to tethered Garbanzo's frustration! (He would probably whip her if it came to a confrontation but there wouldn't be any backing down on her part, despite her small size and 12 years of age .)