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lowtones84

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We have a couple of big groundhogs/woodchucks in our yard. I come from the midwest where we didn't have them, and this is the first home my wife and I have owned. Any issues with them damaging anything with burrowing? Pretty certain one or two live underneath my shed!
 

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In 30+ years of constant presence, ours have never really caused much of an issue. They don't randomly burrow - they just have the one deep winter burrow way in the back of the property under a moldering pile of pine logs, and the rest of the year they live under our bottom/ground level deck. They do have a habit of eating the almost-ready-to-bloom buds off the Spousal Unit's plants - they really like day lily buds - but they can't get into the veggie garden which is what I care about...

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Having lived in the PNW for a few years and enjoyed the fishing both on foot and on boats, I'm impressed those two lassies were able to drag those halibut up from the depths. Those beasts don't move easily :D

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We've got a Summer-Joy Autumn-Leaf studying in our law faculty. I can just imagine the reaction of the judge when that name comes up on the docket.
 
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