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need some advice

Bubble gum... leave a few pieces at the entrance to the tunnel....

Who is back from vacation and now needs some rest :)

----original message---

As you know, I'm the live and let live type of person, but this is the
time I've had a mole do so much damage!  Since we put the pond in, a
has been making long runs to the pond, around the surrounding area and
back to the pond.  We've pressed the disturbed soil back down and an
hour or
two later, the "hill" is larger and taller.  It has killed out much of
grass on the West side of the pond.  

I know that his presence probably means I have some underground problem
it grubs they go after?) but what would be the safest and sanest way to
the devastation.  I'm really worried momma will take her little dog
and trip over or fall into one of the mole's hills.  Any ideas?

Thanks and blessings,
Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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