T\'was two nights before Christmas, and mice were stirring in my trailer. My 2nd home is a 1974 21' Terry camp trailer, parked in a permanent spot. For the past 2 winters, I have had to share my trailer with mice. /forums/images/graemlins/mad.gif I dont go up there much in winters, but I'm tired of being woken up to the pitter patter of mice roaming around in MY trailer. Mouse traps have caught several, but there are always more. Not the most comforting feeling. And to top it off when I went into my trailer last night, despite there being two tarps on the roof and a shed built over it, my carpet was a frozen chunk of ice. Somehow, through the roof and two tarps, a huge amount of water STILL leaks into my trailer. After the heater warmed up the trailer, the carpet melted leaving it all soggy and wet in one large spot. Then the mice noticed it was warm and came out to play. /forums/images/graemlins/angryfire.gif Anyone know a good way to get rid of mice besided mouse traps and D-con?