A worthy read, I think

Not that I have it nailed, by any means (as most know, regrettably :neutral_face:), but I hope some of you are interested:

 
(And don’t infer that I’m into fox hunting :slightly_smiling_face:, but I do enjoy providences!)

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Consider…

He who is having my commands, and is keeping them, that one it is who is loving me, and he who is loving me shall be loved by my Father, and I will love him, and will manifest myself to him.
John 14:21 YLT

 
(And I would commend the 4th Commandment [Reformed numbering] as practicable: The Lord’s Day of Rest.)

I’ll have to google little foxes spoiling vines because I have no idea what it is but sounds like something I want to see lol.

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Yeah, I’m pretty clueless about it, too. :slightly_smiling_face:

From a multiple online sources but nothing definite it seems that foxes are known to chew grapes and gnaw on grape vines and destroy them.

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Deer like the wild grapes we can see out back, but mostly the leaves. I see an occasional fox, but pretty few and far between.

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We had a grey fox last year that ate most of our peaches. They are actually quite good at climbing, so imagine grape vines would be at risk.

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