One New Westminster day in mid-October while I was going to buy groceries and wondering how I would make my move back to Toronto work, I noticed a point of movement on the other side of the street, small and brown and furry. It's common enough to see squirrels skittering around, whether you're in British Columbia or Ontario, but it's rare that I see raccoons going about their business in broad daylight. This one took its time, ambling across front yards and driveways before finally disappearing up the hillside.
Probably trying to get into one of the dumpsters.
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