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August 21, 2007


Haha! This picture reminds me of Caddy Shack and Groundhog day all at once. Good luck with the fatty groundhogs! I hope they leave you some tomatoes!


What a cheeky woodchuck! Glad you got a picture of the culprit! You also might want to look into Tim Badore's animal conspiracy theory.

I don't want to jinx myself, but my resident woodchuck leaves the garden alone. He/She hangs out under my shed, but seems to forage elsewhere.

I don't blame you for wanting to be rid of yours, if mine started snaking in the garden it'd be in a live trap and off for a long car ride pretty quickly.

You have my sincerest condolences for your lost vegetables.

I throw large rocks at my local woodchuck. They hit him dead on but he just looks at me and laughs. I suggest you invest in a good fence.


I there a narual why to keep these animals out. A certain plant, composte. I dont know but there must be something they found repulsive

I read a book a while back where a gardener recounted his woodchuck wars. He got to the point of desperation that he poured gasoline down the hole and lit it on fire. It was so very funny that I cried.

I really wish I could remember where I read that because it was the funniest piece of garden writing I've ever encountered.

If anyone knows, please email me!!!!

--Robin (Bumblebee)

Groundhogs, I shiver.

BTW: I miss the veggie site!

i really like your blog (you are bookmarked)! and what an expression on the little guy.....

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