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RE: War Zone


That is weird! If you ever figure out why it is doing that...let us know.
Could it be moving babies that can't get over the brick?

Donna


> 
> The armadillos have not yet moved this far north, and I have had
> similar damage to pots, so it could very well be raccoons. I have a
> border of bricks along one bed and every night the same bridge is moved
> out of place. The soil under it is not disturbed, but the brick is
> regularly moved four inches. A raccoon with obsessive-compulsive
> disorder????
> 
> Cathy

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