I screeched to a halt when I saw this combination of parks-department vehicle, lesbian driver, and raccoon blocking the path.

Raccoon stands with forelegs and hind legs close together and nose nearly on the ground as woman in orange jumpsuit looks on

“I thought they were nocturnal,” I said jauntily.

“It’s very sick,” said the lesbian severely. And indeed it was, just barely able to walk. I am pretty sure I startled it by screeching to a halt, causing it to freeze in fear.

“Oh,” I replied brilliantly, and abashedly walked my bike around everything.

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