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What could be taking things?

This is just for fun . Wondering what is taking things? We live out in the rural country. We have nothing but snow and snow banks were you look! We share anything as food like for DH's chickens! We figure why not share instead of throw things out! So one day my Heath chips were open and way past their date. I say let your chickens have them! Why not? And another day was some dried bread. So twice in a row. DH places things by his shed as he does his last egg check. But he left things outside his shed. So one day the whole opened pkg. of Heath chips disappeared! Without any spilling. You Could see if any spilled on the snow! Then the bread in its bad also disappeared the next day! It doesn't seem possible any critter is that careful. No messes, no spillage and no packaging left behind! We're used to our raccoons, skunks and opossums running around! But they'd be more messy? So what do you think it can be! And well who has such a sweet tooth? For the heath chips! And this happens only at night! And here its still the dead of winter. Very cold and so much snow! Thank you for reading and your wise replies!

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Asked by Angellinda at 1:11 PM on Mar. 4, 2011 in Just for Fun

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  • butterflyblue19

    Answer by butterflyblue19 at 1:17 PM on Mar. 4, 2011

  • well.. if there's snow, what kind of tracks are around the place? they arent being scooped up by aliens or blown away with the wind.

    Answer by cassie_kellison at 1:17 PM on Mar. 4, 2011

  • Well the snow here is crusty and hard. From being here ice,sleet and freezing rain we've been having. So if its light it isn't leaving any tracks!! A mystery. I know DH knows how to track animals!!! That's why its more baffling! We've lived her long enough for the usual!

    Comment by Angellinda (original poster) at 1:33 PM on Mar. 4, 2011

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