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Controlling creatures

July 8, 2010
By Stephanie Bethke-DeJaeghere

If you are a gardener, I have a word of advice for you if you are raising sweet corn. Never, but never, pass your dog while he/she is looking up a tree and then back at you. You should probably stop long enough to stand with him or her and look into the tree as well. I am sure that having benign creatures looking into a tree will draw a crowd - it usually does at my house. This generally means that some little fuzzy creature that has a voracious appetite for sweet corn has been treed by your handsome and most smart dog while they were inspecting your sweet corn for you.



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