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    Sunday, December 11, 2005

    Outposts

    I woke up this morning to find that the squirrels have established outposts along the boundary of the cabin. I didn’t see them last night because it was too dark when I arrived home and the little bastards see better in the dark than I do. They’re actively watching me know. Some of them are armed. The true nature of these outposts is unknown at this time. I’m sure they’re looking for patterns. They’ll try to exploit any weakness they can find in my defenses. If watching is the game they want to play then fine by me. I have the patience of an extremely patient person. I’ve also got a slingshot if they decide to get frisky. I don’t need the hassle and there’s too many of them anyway. I think I can still sneak out unseen on occasion assuming I distract the guards by throwing pistachios onto the deck in back. They may be planning something, but they still have weaknesses. I’m sure one or two of them can be bribed as well. There are always a few bad apples in every army.

    2 comments:

    Alan Gratz said...

    The squirrels are not what they seem.

    woodsdarkdeepmilesbeforesleep said...

    Comrade. Welcome. You are not alone.

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