The kitchen remains open

After my post yesterday, I know some of you are probably wondering… With the gardens put to bed, will Squirrelington’s remain open?

And the answer is, absolutely, YES! How could I possibly think of closing Squirrelington’s? My brother put a nice thick coat of clear on the table, so it should be able to weather the cold season.

One of the things I love about this house, is that I can watch the birds and other backyard beasties from the comfort of the couch. Especially when it’s cold and snowy outside.

In addition to the squirrels, I now have at least four “regulars” – four cheeky blue jays that wait on the fence (and in the trees) for me to put out the first serving of the day.

They clean out the table pretty quick, so I’m now going through about double the peanuts that I was… but that’s ok.

I mean, could you say no to these guys?

Besides…

Even Peno’s gotten in on watching the backyard entertainment!

8 thoughts on “The kitchen remains open

  1. Shirley Elliott

    I was sure the dining area would remain open. In addition to providing food for the wildlife, it is great entertainment for cats and people.

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  2. Araignee

    Winter is the best time for feeding the little critters. I always get a big bag of dog food and throw some out at night for the gray thing that lives under the shed. What ever it is it can hold it’s own with the cats. They never seem to bother it.

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