Laddie was right.

I knew he was right because there’s only one animal other than the occasional dog that leaves dog-like tracks like the ones that have been desecrating the wash end of my driveway lately. But a few days ago he took extreme exception to a piss puddle where no coyote should ever dare venture, so I moved the game camera to cover the driveway’s entrance and see what it might see.

I could have collected it the very next morning…


I’m going to resume pissing on the driveway again for a while. It’s times like this I kind of miss Little Bear: They did not risk messing with him.

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5 Responses to Laddie was right.

  1. Robert says:

    Ah, so THAT’S why the landlord keeps whizzing in the yard. And here I thought he had low self-control…

  2. Ben says:

    Hey, even a hermit has to mark his territory.

  3. Mike says:

    Remember, there are always other potions than urinating at the end of the driveway… :bahaha…

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/collingwood-coyotes-lawsuit-1.5086707

  4. Kentucky says:

    Observation . . .

    “I could not live with myself if my [two-month-old] grandson was crawling around on my property and was attacked by three coyotes that frequent this area.”

    Since when do you allow a two-month-old to crawl around outside UNATTENDED?

    That said, it does sound like there will need to be some action taken although a lawsuit is not what I’d have in mind.

  5. Jack says:

    “Little Bear: They did not risk messing with him”
    True enough I’m sure but I think a coyote’s worst nightmare would be a desert hermit with an AK. TB should be radar, hermit should be the hurt.
    Jack

To the stake with the heretic!