Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Along came a mouse.

Yesterday John and I took Renee to the bus station to catch the Megabus back home to Atlanta.  We were so glad we got to visit with her.


Renee about to board the bus.

This afternoon we left Harold and Sandie’s and headed back home to Keystone Heights.  Thank you Harold and Sandie for the great hospitality.  We always enjoy our visits with you. 

While John unloaded the car I decided to make us some sandwiches.  I got a big surprise when I opened the cabinet to get the bread out.   It seems we were visited by a mouse while we were gone. Uck!!!  


Brand new loaf of  bread.


Fiber bar.


Fiber bar and left over crackers.

This mouse must have selective tastes because it didn’t touch the rice, cereal or pasta packages just bread, crackers and fiber bars.  John has already set the traps.  I hope we can get rid of them real quick.  Not my favorite thing to deal with.  They are so NASTY.

Laugh everyday.  Happy trails.  Stay safe.


  1. Yuck - mice! I hope you get rid of them right away!!

  2. That was one of the first things I did when we got our new home. I looked for all the entrances that were not sealed. We had a mouse once "That will not happen again", said Sherri! I think I have all holes patched up...we will see.

  3. Hope you catch the little bugger! And that there are no more either... mice can do horrible damage to wiring in the walls, and also we had one chew into a grey water line to get water (we used Dcon... never ever again will do that!) the line he chewed into was up between the shower controls and the fridge in a tiny 3 inch space in the wall! we had to pull down the old line, replace the chewed section, and try to fish it back up into that same wall. It was NOT fun! ACK!

    Karen and Steve
    (Our Blog) RVing: Small House... BIG Backyard

  4. John had to find out where they are entering the RV...Those little basta???s are a pain in the arse! We have never had them (eyes and legs and fingers crossed), but they did get into our engine on the GMC in Falcon Lake once...Traps set in the engine of a car..go figure.

  5. YUCK!! I have heard horror stories about what they can do in an RV. Hope you catch him..