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When buying a time share..


It's always good to get a second opinion on the place. Even if they are a little squirrelly.

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Anonymous said…
I told you that National Forest land was a scam!
Anonymous said…
I just can't put together in my head little furry creatures with Queensryche Screaming Noise Whatever....
Anonymous said…
Nice moss, though
Anonymous said…
Bert, you have to remember that these are the same type of critters that like to play in traffic . . .
Anonymous said…
Hey, I'm trying to cut the 'chuck a deal here... Used hole, very clean, existing nut supply.
Anonymous said…
Looks just adorable! And you can have Bert come by and arrange the back yard; he so good at designing entertainments for squirrels! Looks kinda hamster-friendly too. And did you know some species of penguin live in burrows? Put on the Queensryche and we can all come over and party!
Anonymous said…
so, uh, what type of mid-life crisis is this - a party burrow ???

next you'll be taking up with some skunk

I should have been suspicious with friends named "squirrel" and "wickedhampster"

although that penguin guy is pretty cute ;)
Travel said…
"although that penguin guy is pretty cute ;) "

You all say the sweatest things!

Remember on a timeshare, it is the maintence fees that kill you, and seldom do they have good resale value. (Sorry I sold swampland for 15 years, old habits die hard.)

TR and DG

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