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    Got me a stalker

    Yesterday he decided to take a break from running past me several a day and watch me paint. I think I have at least one fan now LOL he's only about 2 ft from me so I dropped the window and he just sat their.

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    Your next art project?
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    As much as a pain as they sometimes are, they are fun to watch. Dad hangs feeders for the birds and it's kind of fun to watch those rascals try to get to the food, even more so the ways the raccoons come up with getting to it.
    Darren

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    Yep, I see another great painting coming! You know that guy is certainly not your only fan. I for one, enjoy every thread you do on your painting.
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    X2 what Paul said!!!!!!
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    With the bird feeders we have, there are often anywhere fro 10~14 fox squirrels in our yard, or on the deck. Fun to watch, and the dogs love chasing them.
    Jim D.
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    Those blabber mouths sure make it hard to still hunt.

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    He/She is so darned cute. I don't have squirrls (just birds, rabbits and coyotes) so I cannot make any complaints about them...I just enjoy them when I see them.

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    Always enjoyed watching them. They're such cheeky little fellows, kind of interesting seeing them literally flirt with death when they're teasing the dogs and cats, they seem to pretty much just do it for the kicks to, have to wonder whats going through their minds (have seen magpies do the same "you can't catch me thing").

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    When I was young I thought squirrel was game. then some smart alec told me they were rodents.. I still think of them as game! Never shot a deer but many of these critters. Very tasty and fun to watch. And Dave that is a great picture!!
    Garry

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