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    cailet, porcupine races? Ok, now I've heard it all. :-)

    RTB, for some reason when I was reading yours, I read "pick up the house and plop IT down". I was like "WTF does she LIVE IN!?!?' And then I re-read it. :-)

    TFZ, first year! how exciting! K5 was pretty fun. We're excited to be in first grade this year. :-)

    Our weekend has no porcupine races. DH works all weekend but managed to get Monday off. Was planning to go to my sister's sunday, but I got sick this week and she has a 7 month old, so that's a no-go. So Tech and I are chilling, playing with Lego's, watering his watermelon plant, and then Monday we are grilling out at my parents, playing with the chickens, and setting off fireworks (in the front yard so the chickens aren't completely freaked out in the back yard)

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    NO, NO SKUNKS! I have had it with them. 2 boxes of moth balls placed along fence line and tossed in front of shed area we think they are living in hopes they go away. Stupid live trap didn't catch a darn thing all week. Porcupine race sounds interesting though. No worries on them throwing quills?
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    Porcupine races? Heck, I want the same rules for a skunk race!
    That would really add an element of danger!

    I hope the porcupines dont get hot feet!
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