Up And Down

In England, the squirrels would be reversed…

Yes, even the trees have traffic laws to keep the flow of squirrels moving in an efficient manner and reduce accidents.  Remember, should you find yourself on the arboreal highway, to never go up the down side…

Have a great weekend everyone!


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Bored former 30-something who has nothing better to do with his life than draw cartoon squirrels.
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17 Responses to Up And Down

  1. Looks like the squirrels obey traffic laws better than many humans do!


  2. noelleg44 says:

    Good advice. I love it when the traffic on the up or down side gets crowded!

  3. I bet those squirrels know where their turn signals are too!

  4. So British squirrels drive on the wrong side of trees?

  5. Kismet says:

    Beware of the non-conformist who just goes round and round and not up and down.

  6. Hahaha. 🙂 What about the ones who just stop and stare, impeding the flow of traffic? 😉

  7. draliman says:

    What you can’t tell is that the guy on the left is going up the down side and the guy on the right is going down the up. But since all squirrels are rebels like that, the system actually works!

  8. My squirrels seem to be leapers rather than climber. We have — because of all the rain this year — have grown the kind of vines Tarzan used to swing on and the squirrels seem to have decided that these vines ARE their superhighway! Actually, the birds nest in them too. They are pretty impressive vines and if George of the Jungle should stop by, I’m sure he’d feel right at home.

  9. mydangblog says:

    Traffic jam on Limb 3!

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