Half a pear does not equal one

I sure hope that pear tasted good, you dang raccoon!

About a month ago, there were so many pears ripening, I wondered if I would be able to eat them all before they got too ripe. Now, look what I’m finding on my pear tree! Half-eaten pears, and drops on the ground with teeth marks all over. I feel lucky if I find a drop that’s still unmarked.
I’m beginning to take a strong dislike to raccoons.

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2 responses to “Half a pear does not equal one

  1. Patricia Hawkins

    Hi Pam! Just pointed my roommate Jim at your blog. He suggests ziplock bags agaist birds and insects. Er, for raccoons, make that kryptonite and bullet-proof glass. And dogs and guns. Arm the cats!

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