Tuesday, September 29, 2015

A Red Moon 13 Hot Dog Night

It's not even dark when the rafters come alive. Then came the moon eclipse and all the little people from the river disappeared. It was spooky for all of us. Roughly four hours later everyone was back and it was busy. The twins showed up first. I'd been trying to feed the shy one who enjoys hiding from the hot dog when a baby skunk showed up. When the baby skunks try to run with the hot dogs length wise in their mouths they keep tripping over them. Tonight one of them figured out a new method. Then the shy one shows up again and it takes two attempts to get it the whole hot dog. Once it's taken a bite out of it, it won't take the hot dog. It doesn't know what it smells like yet so when it smells itself on the bite at the end of the hot dog it's done with it. I have to retrieve it, turn the hot dog around and then serve it to the shy one. The night finishes with a back stair hand off.

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