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    Evelyn looked out our living room window this morning (about 10am) to see this. A car in our front yard with it's front wheel over the edge of a ditch. From what we can tell he drove through our yard thinking he could drive back on the road. He did see or know about the ditch. The police office I talk to said the drive was drunk so we guess he didn't see the ditch. The office said you got to love it, I just had to laugh. Oh the thrid picture is at the edge of the ditch. It about a 6' drop off.
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    • #3
      Glad no one was hurt. Once a drunk neighbor ran into our jeep and pushed it right up onto our front porch. Another time an elderly lady ran into our hedge, bounced off and hit a telephone pole. We picked up the pieces of her car and tried to talk her into coming in and using our phone, but she got back in the car and drove off losing coolant all the way. She told us her son was a mechanic and she was headed for his house. We took the hedge out and put up a fence. Wonder if that was a good move. I think a ditch would of worked better, seeing your pics!

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      • #4
        I think a ditch would of worked better, seeing your pics!
        I think a moat complete with crocodiles is the ticket.
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        • #5
          I think a moat complete with crocodiles is the ticket.
          I like this idea best......After I got thru with someone diggin' up my yard they would probably like it best, too. lol

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          • #6
            Just put up a sign !

            TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT SURVIVORS WILL BE PROSTITUTED.

            HILLBILLY SECURITY SYSTEM , LOL!
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            • #7
              Yes, sometimes these . . . these "road things" get a bit confusing. . . .

              been there but NEVER done that !

              J
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              • #8
                WARNING: Do not drive through Dan's yard when drinking.Jerry
                Don't worry be scrolling

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Carl E Jacobs View Post
                  TRESPASSERS WILL BE SHOT SURVIVORS WILL BE PROSTITUTED.

                  HILLBILLY SECURITY SYSTEM , LOL!
                  MVB
                  Carl
                  I think this is supposed to say SURVIVORS will be shot again lol.Jerry
                  Don't worry be scrolling

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                  • #10
                    It's really scary that somebody can be drunk enough to go that far off the road, isn't it? Of course, the driver could have been texting as well.....that seems just as bad these days.

                    Well, good thing nobody was hurt.

                    I like the moat idea. Crocs are too friendly, though. Jeremy Wade suggests using one of these.....they are much more effective! Plus they live in freshwater!


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                    • #11
                      Shawn,,,what the heck is that? Is it in your back yard? I'm not visiting your neck of the woods....
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Dragon View Post
                        Shawn,,,what the heck is that? Is it in your back yard? I'm not visiting your neck of the woods....
                        Diane
                        LOL, if that was in my backyard, I wouldn't live in this neck of the woods, either, Diane.

                        The fella in the picture is Jeremy Wade, "biologist and extreme angler" from the TV series River Monsters. That particular beast is the African Tiger Fish. Not something to keep in the kids' swimming pool, that's for sure.
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