Friday, August 20, 2010


Okay, the spider beneath my bedroom window has moved. I had high hopes that the rain drove him away or the lizard ate him. Alas, no such luck.

Now he has a magnificent new structure spanning from the building corner to a tree, over four feet in length and maybe just as wide.

And there he sits in the middle, waiting to be fed, giving me the evil eye whenever I go down the stairs.

Where are those pesky squirrels when you need them?

1 comment:

  1. Insects, what can you do? I wonder what they think of us (if they do). Remember though spiders eat mosquitoes not that we've been plagued with those this year in the coastal SE. Too hot for the blood suckers, ey?

    As for help from the furry tailed rodents, they have a knack for mischief not assistance. If you need a patio pot turned over or garden wall plaque knoced to the ground and broken into a few hundred bits, or a bird feeder raided, then they're you're go to guys. Otherwise, forget them.


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