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    storage heaters
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A peanut where it doesn't belong




A peanut where it doesn't belong





We have a little cabin in the mountains, and we keep raw peanuts to feed to the Stellars jays. The day after Christmas, mr opie_jeanne's brother came up to the cabin with us and spent the night. It was bitter cold that weekend and the heater ran the entire time and could not warm us up, so when we left we didn't strip the beds, just washed the dishes and took out the trash.

Two weeks later when it was a little warmer, we went up just to do all the bits of housework that had been left undone, and when I started to strip his brother's bed I found two peanuts like this, under the pillow. I wondered if his brother had been eating peanuts in bed, especially when I found a couple more under the blankets.

When I started the laundry I found two more peanuts in the basket that I had gathered up before we left two weeks earlier. When I went to make up the small bed upstairs, there were two peanuts under the pillow, and when we turned down our own bed, again we found two peanuts under the pillow. There were two peanuts hidden under a throw-pillow on the couch, and two more behind the couch.

I checked my peanut stash and discovered that it contained mostly shells. We bought a large plastic tub with a lid to put the peanuts in, and thought we had found all of them.


This weekend, April 25, I discovered that we hadn't found all of the peanuts. It's like a treasure hunt.

It's not a mouse, and it's not living in the cabin, just using it for its winter storage. We think it might be a chipmunk, but how it's getting in is a mystery. An even bigger mystery is how it got this into a closed drawer. The cupboard that surrounds this drawer has no holes and the door was closed.












A little story




A little story





We have a little cabin in the mountains, and we keep raw peanuts to feed to the Stellars jays. The day after Christmas, mr opie_jeanne's brother came up to the cabin with us and spent the night. It was bitter cold that weekend and the heater ran the entire time and could not warm us up, so when we left we didn't strip the beds, just washed the dishes and took out the trash.

Two weeks later when it was a little warmer, we went up just to do all the bits of housework that had been left undone, and when I started to strip his brother's bed I found two peanuts like this, under the pillow. I wondered if his brother had been eating peanuts in bed, especially when I found a couple more under the blankets.

When I started the laundry I found two more peanuts in the basket that I had gathered up before we left two weeks earlier. When I went to make up the small bed upstairs, there were two peanuts under the pillow, and when we turned down our own bed, again we found two peanuts under the pillow. There were two peanuts hidden under a throw-pillow on the couch, and two more behind the couch.

I checked my peanut stash and discovered that it contained mostly shells. We bought a large plastic tub with a lid to put the peanuts in, and thought we had found all of them.


This weekend, April 25, I discovered that we hadn't found all of the peanuts. It's like a treasure hunt.

It's not a mouse, and it's not living in the cabin, just using it for its winter storage. We think it might be a chipmunk, but how it's getting in is a mystery. An even bigger mystery is how it got this into a closed drawer. The cupboard that surrounds this drawer has no holes and the door was closed.









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