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Long-time readers know that our Head of Security – Kiska – is very serious about her duties. Hu-dad heard her alarm yesterday morning and witnessed her tight security standards.
Just outside of this fence line, our property drops down to a ravine where some of our neighbors live – a pack of coyotes. We get along quite well with them and even lead them in song time, but Kiska is quite clear that they should not get too close.
Their hunting trip apparently came a little too close to our secure zone for our Security Chief, so she sounded the alarm.
And with warning issued by our enforcer, the coyote pack took off down the ravine in another direction. We might like some singing buddies, but no one enters our field without our permission . . . which is not likely to be granted.
P.S. – Sorry, we tried several times to get pictures of the coyotes, but they stayed in the tree line.
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