I'm glad to hear that, Red!
I hunt on private ground that is a Mississippi River bluff famous for being a good lightning conductor. It's raining again today so I reckon it's safer and dry at home.
Besides, I need to fill my town squirrel feeders with more eared corn. Two of them are roofed wooden one gallon glass jar feeders that allows some entertainment.
Hunting the same place for years, we find some individual squirrels living in certain dens smarter than other squirrels and usually avoid getting shot. That works for them because of their usual hangout limbs affords good viewing to them. I found the best ambush plan for those wary rascals is to approach their den trees from another direction.
Squirrel calling works for some denned squirrels. I am fortunate to be able to voice call them and I believe it works better than a store bought caller. Perhaps a hunter should practice voice calling. I have also called in coyotes and feral cats while calling squirrels. During one outing I called in two coyotes.