Sometimes you will see the family, other times a stray, but these mammals make their presence known in the countryside of Tortola, turning innocent motorists into hit n’ run felons. Although they didn’t place top in this poll, these stubborn mammoths–who believe they own Tortola’s country roads–seemingly forget that for many of us they make no. 1 as a fantastic entrée.
From stories we hear, dogs can be slightly troublesome from their incessant barking to taking up territory in other people’s car parking spaces. I know that on long walks from Cane Garden Bay to Nanny Cay, there can be a lot of intimidating barking and on occasion, a chase or two.
Often referred to as nature’s wake up call, there is nothing you can do if you live in an area where they have taken up residence. I have heard though, that Cheerios laced with vodka strategically placed around a chicken’s stomping grounds, can do wonders.
Residents love the quiet of the islands; however, their adoration and appreciation can sometimes verge on territorial.
The innocent bumbling of Sheeple is mainly found in their dominance over the beachfronts we hold so dearly and the increased motor traffic. They can’t help it. They are here to enjoy the BVI; nevertheless, sharing the islands…well, it can be a challenge for the most benevolent…