Of course there is tons of history in this house. I would love to learn more about who built it back in 1902 and who lived in it all these years and maybe I can dig up that information. What I have learned about this old house is that there are alot of bugs here. One night about a month ago, I came out into the living room to find a huge wood roach scampering across the floor. If I wasn't so intent on killing it I might have stopped to take a photo to share. I've also seen other little insects here and there.
Then last week, my vet discovered a flea on my poor little Allie cat and I freaked a bit. The exterminator was here the next day and I treated Allie with some Frontline (which was done in a panic) and I figured well that should take care of things. WRONG! It only stirred up every possible insect that was living in these old walls. Not only are the fleas still hanging around, this morning there was a long line of ants marching up the wall into my cabinets. Then after I emptied the cabinet and killed the ants, I went to jump in the shower only to find 3 crickets chillin' in the tub.
I was joking earlier today that maybe this old house was an insect museum. Then I went outside and saw this fellow hanging on the deck.
Now I'm convinced. This house was definitely an Insect Museum!
Oh...and if I had seen this guy in the house, I would have been the crazy woman running down the street screaming.