33 thoughts on ““I’ve got this mole, you know”

  1. A good story and funny…Now, how to get rid of a mole:”I think if he had invited the mole in for a glass of beer instead of the police, they could have discussed the hole digging in his garden and come to an agreement.”

    • We’re in the “wait and see” phase, hoping it’s one lonesome mole and he/she will disappear behind the garden fence again soon! I quite like the idea of the windmills…

  2. Methinks just as well we do not seem to have moles in Oz: well not where I live anyways πŸ™‚ ! Of course we kind’of have redback spiders and redbellied black snakes and . . . Oh, ’tis Sunday afternoon and I won’t frighten myself any further . . . . πŸ™‚ ! [By the bye, I would not like moles as garden companions either!]

  3. One of our cats used to catch moles! It’s hard to believe how small moles actually are compared to the damage they do. I used to say they were aerating my lawn πŸ™‚

  4. Cathy, two years ago we had voles and tried to catch them living by traps – it didnΒ΄t work. The voles were rather cunning… But at last we succeeded in expelling them from our garden by a special apparatus – it works quite careful and without any pain for the moles and voles.
    IΒ΄ll bring it along with me when I visit you next week.
    The mole story of Jasper Carrott is very funny….

    • Hi Cindy – it has me in stitches every time I see it… and the original live version is great too, as Jasper Carrott’s facial expressions are priceless! πŸ˜€

  5. Hi Cathy! Super-funny! I love British humor and this is garden humour too! Maybe your mold with “move on” by the time spring truly comes. We’ve had one dig a couple of times in our backyard in spring but then they disappear. It never stuck around… Good luck and thanks for the laughs!

  6. What a funny story! And so true! It doesn’t matter what problem you have there are always loads of people with lots of solutions! πŸ˜‰

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