Wednesday, May 28, 2014

The Beaver Post

I suppose that you think this is a post about beavers. 
This is about what a beaver can do to a post. 
Pressure treated posts are purchased by farmers and ranchers because they last much longer that an untreated wooden fence post. 
Unless you build your fence by Beaver Creek where a beaver finds it.
The eager beaver did not manage to chew through the fence post. 
The fence is still standing, though it is only guarding the gopher holes and rock piles these days. 
There are no other signs of beaver in the vicinity as far as I can see.
Soon the grass will grow up and no one will notice the beaver's handiwork. 
Old Beaver has moved on because he couldn't fall a fencepost in GriggsDakota.

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