The Squirrel Project: Problem Solving Abilities of Squirrels

The goal of this project is to provide an informative and humorous look at how squirrels solve increasingly difficult obstacles in my backyard. The Squirrel Project was inspired by a BBC television show entitled "Daylight Robbery" and its more originally titled sequel "Daylight Robbery II” - Comments Welcome!!!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

Aero Bar - Let’s Taste This! #foodporn

Aero Bar - Let’s Taste This! #foodporn
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Sunday, March 15, 2015

NEW UNCLE BEN'S® Spanish Style Rice Cup - Let’s Taste This! #foodporn #...


Sunday, March 08, 2015

Nabisco Rice Thins Gluten Free Sweet Barbecue Thin Rice Snacks - Let’s ...

New Nabisco Rice Thins Gluten Free Sweet Barbecue Thin Rice Snacks -  Let’s Taste This! #foodporn #foodreview

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Let’s say it again - Nabisco Rice Thins Gluten Free Sweet Barbecue Thin Rice Snacks are a delicious and wholesome, crispy gluten-free snack full of flavor. Quality brown rice and other ingredients are baked until crisp for a light texture and irresistible crunch.

(One more time) Nabisco Rice Thins Gluten Free Sweet Barbecue Thin Rice Snacks:
Baked not fried
13 thin rice snacks for 120 calories
18 grams whole grain
Cholesterol free
Low saturated fat
Gluten free

Whole Grain Brown Rice Flour, Whole Grain Brown Rice, Potato Starch, Corn Flour, Inulin (from Chicory Root), Safflower Oil, Sugar, Tomato Powder, Salt, Caramel Color, Brown Sugar, Garlic Powder, Onion Powder, Spices, Citric Acid, Yeast Extract, Paprika Extract (For Color), Natural

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Thursday, September 13, 2007

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Monday, October 23, 2006

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Tuesday, October 17, 2006



Monday, June 05, 2006

how squirrels lean!

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Friday, June 02, 2006

The battle is neverending with squirrels, fire ants

When we lived in California, squirrels were everywhere. They particularly loved the food in our bird feeders and were constantly seen there nibbling away quite comfortably.

We hung them a distance from our deck, but the little rascals simply jumped from our roof with unerring accuracy, never missing the bird feeders.

We tried every remedy offered by pet shops but nothing seemed to work. We were fast losing the pleasant sounds of our local bird population.

In fact, there was one in particular that had two babies and had the gall to bring them over to our deck to babysit while she terrorized the neighbors.

We learned that this was not simply our problem but that it existed statewide. There was even some talk of bringing in the National Guard. We felt this was a job for homeland security; however, our pleas fell on deaf ears and the squirrels organized into neighborhood cells to combat any threat to their well being.

Our neighborhood cell met regularly on our rooftop but we could never understand what sort of outrage was next on their list, so we did what we had to do.

We moved to South Carolina, and seem to be squirrel free. Perhaps that is due to the many dogs and cats patrolling our area.

But now we have been introduced to another annoyance - fire ants, a new pestilence for us and one that is also quite painful.

My wife, Teddy, is an enthusiastic gardener, but every time she starts to plant a new bed of flowers the little buggers say no and she is made painfully aware of their presence.

They seem to have an uncanny ability to nest wherever you feel that flowers should be growing.

We have used every fire ant killer available and have successfully destroyed some of their nests, but they simply move to a new location and replenish their population.

At this point, we are convinced that they, much like the squirrels of California, are simply indestructible and we may be forced to once again give up and move to the arctic circle, where we understand there are no squirrels or fire ants.

Thursday, June 01, 2006