Have you seen them? I think mine may not be rats because of the small size of their shit. I still haven't managed to spot any with the endoscope though. It's a two-person job: one person to look at the screen, another to manipulate the endoscope. My girlfriend has limited appetite for either job. So far I've seen more shit, that's about all.
Felt lucky today. Rear tyre a bit soft, in spite of being pumped up only days ago, quick refill before leaving the house, chanced it, got away with it. Lucky, lucky, lucky.
I hope so. I don't fancy coming face to face with rattus rattus.
We used white chocolate last time. They love it.
I have no idea. The endoscope will speak.
Maybe they are mice. They just seem a bit loud for that, and they never come into the house now.
Not enough trees nearby. A shame, as I hear you can eat squirrels.
I dealt with the mouse, not in the best way. It appears now that we have rats in the ceiling. Much noisier than mice, they make a loud scrabbling sound at dusk. I've bought an endoscope to spy on them but I know they are there because when I change the LED downlighter in the ceiling droppings fall onto my face. I saw the film Sicario recently and it has given me a sense of how I am going to deal with them.
I hate the enforced conflict between cycles and buses on London Bridge Northbound. You have to go past the ones at the back of the queue, cut left past the one at the front to join the cycle lane, only to come into conflict with them again as they try to cut across the end of the cycle lane to go left as you approach the junction.
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