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Life in the Holler: Squirrel and another critter - album

Click on headline for a brief, but delightful Life in the Holler episode, including a two photo squirrel essay and strange encounter with may be The Holler's current most populous bug - and one which inflicts The Willies on the photographer, Shamarie Claiborne. Held together in an album for reader convenience. - CM


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Life in the Holler: Bug invasion gives heroine the willies



2014-07-27 - The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
This bad boy was on the door when we come in from the shop last night . . . they are in The Holler everywhere, but they still give me the willies. - Shamarie Claiborne. (While our otherwise fearless photographer recovers from the willies, will somebody please send an ID with judgment on why the Creator put them here, edibility/recipes, phobia factors, et cetera, et cetera. - CM)

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Life in the Holler: Someone else's dinner



2014-07-27 - The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
I have been feeding the birds off the porch and today someone else found the goodies!!! - SHAMARIE Paired photo. See Epilogue: Life in the Holler: Squirrel thoughts, trouble? or double trouble

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Life in the Holler: Squirrel thoughts, trouble? or double trouble



2014-07-27 - The Holler, Old Clearsprings Road, Ozark, KY - Photo by Shamarie Claiborne.
This guy had to go through the dogs to get back into the woods, so I figure this is what was going through his mind . . . Do I stay or do I go now . . . if I stay there will be trouble . . . if I go there will be double trouble . . . - SHAMARIE, thinking like a squirrel. Paired Photo. The Story to this point: Life in the Holler: Eating someone else's dinner

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