In light of subsequent events, this saga will henceforth be referred to as Kernut vs. Critters.
I hate glue traps. Have a I mentioned that before? Maybe once or twice?
Shortly after posting Kernut vs. Critters, part 1, I discovered a massive nest built on top of my RV gas tank. It had branches (complete with leaves),
The zombie rat is winning. I first began hearing things “go bump in the night” a few weeks ago: a bump on the underside of the RV, a bump in the front. I wondered what critter had enough body mass to make a thud that reverberated through the chassis. And then Pye started sitting in the well of the drivers seat, where your feet go, staring at the wall that separates the peddles from the engine.
I am not freaked out or offended by death or open casket funerals. So it should be no surprise it has been my long time desire to see the Mutter Museum in Philadelphia. For those of you that don’t know, the Mutter Museum is dedicated to medical oddities. Bodies, parts, dissected errant growths, freaky medical tools, and a lot of embalmed things in jars.
I told my therapist about you. t-shirts By now you’re all aware of The Great RV Roll-about. Maybe more so than you’d like. Hey, it could be worse – this could be another post about my cat. For those of you living vicariously through my experiences, I thought you’d …But, wait! There’s more…
First, my undying love and gratitude to those of you who purchased items from my “Zombie Life Is Good” store. You. Guys. Are. Awesome. (I still can’t believe it’s not really my family buying stuff, but they swear.) In a burst of creativity, spurred by a plethora of weird match.com …But, wait! There’s more…