Stray Polyps from the Internest
Never heard of a “squirrel king” until now. It happens when squirrels get their tails entangled and can’t escape, leaving them vulnerable to predators and starvation. Pine sap was the culprit in the image above.
Is it a hoax? I dunno, Babs, but I do know this: there’s more about “squirrel kings” and related “kings” with photos and links here.
Mickler compiled these rural recipes of great artery clogging goodness. Be sure to check with your doctor first before trying them, and no, there aren’t any possum or squirrel recipes. For those you need a copy of The Foxfire Appalachian Cookbook.
[Found in our kitchen, reminded of it by Amy Oops.]
[Found here. Stitched ’em all together into one gif. All I can figger is that the perp painted some honey on the pumpkin for the cheat, but the WIN is awesome.]
UPDATE: Here’s the source vid:
I try to find words to describe stuff like this.
I really do.
But sometimes I just give up.