Visitors to the Secret Lair’s driveway in my absence…

This guy showed up the very day after I left…

…and I don’t begin to know who he is, or whether he thought twice about proceeding before or after he saw the camera, which he surely did.

As to the others, I know who the dogs are and they belong to neighbors. The coyote(s) are local residents, just checking to see if everything’s all right.

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6 Responses to Visitors to the Secret Lair’s driveway in my absence…

  1. Robert says:

    I would think a “visitor” with ill intent would merely take the camera, in addition to whatever their original plan was. That’s why I have a more-hidden trail cam looking at the obvious one.

  2. Joel says:

    In turns out my visitor has been identified as a well-meaning neighbor not of my acquaintance.

  3. Robert says:

    “a well-meaning neighbor not of my acquaintance”
    1) Ah. Well-meaning neighbors are a Good Thing.
    2) What’s that saying about good intentions? Sorry, my internal cynic won’t shut up.
    3) May we look forward to further news of your possibly-new acquaintance?
    4) Just nosy: what’s he/she/xer driving? Er, I mean gathering info for a future desert-worthy vehicle.

  4. Joel says:

    It’s possible and even probable that we’ll meet eventually. At that time I’ll try to remember to ask about his ATV. I don’t recognize the brand either.

  5. Mike says:

    It looks like the ATV is actually a side by side Polaris Ranger UTV with a few upgrades like doors. I looked at the MSRP on these vehicles and all I’ll say is you have some neighbors who aqren’t hurting for cash.

  6. Joel says:

    Good to know, really. Your average lowlife desert rat looking for something to steal isn’t going to be bashing around in a late model $20k toy.

To the stake with the heretic!