Infinity Pool

This might look like a Pyrex dish to you but for our garden fur/feather babies, it’s an infinity pool. They even have a wee towel on the diving rock….

This is my man at work – he is Scottish so that’s why his feet have a blue hue. The original ceramic pool/watering hole froze over during our big freeze and cracked apart.

Katniss’ old house was falling apart, mostly because the squirrels ate the underside of the roof. Que? Teddy suggested that it might have been stuck together with animal glue. Gah! With his retirement imminent, he has decided to take on handyman tasks. His perfect roof repair is below. I did the exterior decoration and very bravely took out all the leaves inside the house. It was a perfect space for a snake to hibernate…

Everything about life is perception. This gave us so much pleasure and made us laugh. We put out the camera trap to see who uses the AirB&B. Isn’t this Eastern Gray Squirrel cute, concentrating on her delicious blackberry while the young ‘uns were scampering around?

52 thoughts on “Infinity Pool

  1. Now that your husband is about to be retired you become busy as hell and you don’t know how you balanced work with home chores and company. Gawd how many squirrel is there in your neighborhood. They all look well fed.

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  2. Well, I certainly never thought of building my squirrels a swimming pool. They broke the birdbath I stole from my neighbor ten years ago after they moved out… so I’m pretty sure Pyrex would be no match for them either!

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  3. How absolutel charming and new AirBnB! πŸ˜‰ Teddy did a wonderful job, and you were very brave! I LOVE the idea of that “infinity pool”. Makes me chuckle. πŸ˜‰

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  4. Your little squirrel house looks so cosy and inviting, it warms my heart and makes me smile, Kerry πŸ™‚ Apparently Ireland’s native red squirrel is enjoying a reversal of fortunes in the battle with the grey squirrel, who are invasive, unwanted yet still cute creatures, thanks to the pine marten. Thanks for sharing and have a good day. Aiva πŸ™‚ xxx

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    • Thank you, Aiva! It was really a cat house but poor Katniss disappeared. I just read the article about red squirrels benefiting from pine martins moving in. We also have fox squirrels in this area but the grays are still dominant. Have a lovely weekend. K x

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  5. As you said: “Everything about life is perception.”
    If you are happy with it, and have fun with it, let’s the squirrels have their way. 😊

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