Everyone Poops (yes, Dan, after almost 9 years of marriage I'm admitting it) but does there have to be so much of it, all over where I'm running? Yes, I expect the occasional dog poop, and even a random horse or cow dropping if the location is right (or wrong depending on how you look at it) but at least with those larger dieted animals their droppings are easy to maneuver around. Not the case with our ever so friendly Canada geese friends and their slimy little turdlets (yeah, not a word but oh so fitting) that coat the bike path making avoidance virtually impossible. Just so we're clear, I have absolutely no problem with my neighbors to the North (well, maybe those directly north in the land of Huskies, it is football season after all, sorry Kim, I'll try to overlook your loyalties) but those across the border (assuming you aren't Husky fans) we're cool (happy belated Thanksgiving by the way), I was just hoping maybe you could teach your geese a little bit about path etiquette before you send them on their merry migrating way.
Now that we have that taken care of, who is it I need to talk to about the black and orange fuzzy caterpillars?