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Old 09-25-2013, 07:21 PM   #1
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Squirrels ???

I think I found the reason my old Sony rear view camera wouldn't work. Looks,like there was a nest in the rear cowl before
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Yeah, squirrels sound so much better than rats.

Not really much difference, though.
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Yeah, squirrels sound so much better than rats.

Not really much difference, though.
Probably taste a lot alike, but I know which one I'd rather eat!
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Tree rats eat good things like nuts... They have distaste for things their ground based cousins partake in.

So, not to disrail the thread, but do you know what it means "to bark a squirrel"? Hint: this is a way to harvest squirrels.
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So, not to disrail the thread, but do you know what it means "to bark a squirrel"? Hint: this is a way to harvest squirrels.
Shoot the tree next to its head and knock it out by the concussion of the impact. Probably wouldn't work for clearing the critters from inside an Airstream, though. Ha! Back on-topic!
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Shoot the tree next to its head and knock it out by the concussion of the impact. Probably wouldn't work for clearing the critters from inside an Airstream, though. Ha! Back on-topic!
Yup! Don't tear em up so bad when you can't get a head shot.

Don't try in your Airstream, the squirrels probably taste like aluminum anyway.
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It was a squirrel he left his pecan hulls and acorns behind after destroying the camera wire. I'm still working on trying to get the new camera wire routed down the rear cowling. BTW Squirrels and rats are vermin but squirrels are tasty
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