We definitely have Igarots eating our private asphalt road here at the
airpark. Where do we get Hodags?????

On Fri, Sep 11, 2015 at 10:58 AM, Meade Dillon via Mercedes <
mercedes@okiebenz.com> wrote:

> Igarots are very shy and only come out at night to nibble the asphalt from
> the edges of the road, and are very rarely seen.  This is why in WI the
> edges of the asphalt roads start to crumble and fall apart and create more
> work for the road construction crews.  Nobody likes igarots except the road
> crew contractors.
> Hodags eat the igarots, and are thus are seen even more rarely.  (This is
> what my father tolds us when we were knee high to a grasshopper...)

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