Dudes. Tank and I went hunting this weekend.
We took a staycation at my buddy Truman’s house. It was awesome. He was out-of-town with the family, so I ran Bug Patrol in the back yard to keep our perimeters secure. Tank was no help – he just camped out in the pool and barked at the crumb-snatchers that kept coming over to the fence on the north side.
This weekend I met my match with the most dangerous and threatening creatures on the planet. Squirrels. It’s like they knew Truman was out of town, and you know, when the cat’s away, the mice will play, so I had to bring my A-game.
My half-brother Tate told me about how they terrorize his yard, so I was prepared. As soon as I realized the magnitude of what I was dealing with I consulted the most talented and knowledgable sniper I know – Tank.
With passion in his eye and a snaggle in his tooth, Tank taught me how to hunt squirrel. Tank says that like anything else, when hunting at squirrel you have to view them as the enemy. Locate, identify, and GET HIS GUTS! Tank is the best man gutter you could ever meet and taught me everything I know.
For all of you boys and girls out there that are also terrorized by foreign enemy creatures, Tank and I have put together a step by step guide starring me, Bug, and Raffie, the giraffe.
It was a long weekend working the yard, but it was worth it. The house is safe, and the yard remains squirrel free. I’m not gonna lie, it was a thankless job and I am just spent. After we were done the photo shoot Tank, Raffie, and I all hit our snooze buttons until dinner.
It was a great weekend, but tomorrow is Monday and it’s time to hop back on the grind.
Stay cool my babies,