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Thank you so much Quilt :-))))Yes indeed PW. Thanks for the laugh :-))))
If this would have been in France, they could have been saving it for Bat-stille Day.
I would use the door on the other side of the building. Cute puzzle. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you so much Dudicat and 1quilter for comming by :-))))
These are my kind of people!
Thanks for the laugh Hooknstitch :-))))
Good idea in case of dropping guano. LOL
I wont PW. Thanks so much :-)))
It would drive some people batty. TFS, Sissel. Shhh. Don't wake him up
Hope you sleep well Girlina :-)))Thank you Janet. Around the old house there were bats because of places for them to hide in daytime. Not inside the house ;-)))) Hugs In Kagerup they used old trees and small ceds/places around for storing during winther Lia. In the summer evnings they flew around so early that you could sit and observe, and I have had one or two flying into the bedroom when windows were open :-)))) Thank you
Normally a bat 'hides' somewhere to sleep.This one is all alone and within sight!Lets hope it copes!I think it is great to lock this door, because of a bat!My hubby and I would have done the same!
What a dear little bat - it's a micro bat, they are insect eaters. Wonderful little creatures. How good that he can sleep undisturbed. Thanks and hugs Sissel. ♥♥
Good grief!!! REALLY time for me to go to bed here! Your day is just beginning - hope it's a good one!
Nitey nite!!! ; ))
It's morning here, too, Sissel.....only 1:40AM!!! Time for me to get off jigidi and sleep!!! ; ))))
Good morning Girlina and thanks :-)))
Definitely!!! Let's NOT wake up the sleeping BAT!!!!! : ((