Over the years, we have these two kinds of climbing horrors (I guess they're pretty if you want them). One I'm sure if 5-leaf ivy, the stuff people used to grow up their chimneys in the midwest anyway. The other kind, I don't know the name of, but I'm pretty sure it isn't poison ivy, looks like wild grape a little but no fruit. The stuff will grow over your whole house and garage if you let it.
If it is important, I can take a photo of some somewhere around here, got most of mine off the house (off but still popping up ready to go as soon as I turn my back on it, but in the lawn), seems to like partial shade, doesn't grow at all or very little in the full sun.
I pull and pull the stuff and sometimes get a big chunk of root, a foot if I'm lucky but it just shoots up somewhere else. With so many of the neighbors having this problem which has now worsened in my yard, does anyone know the best way or any way to either get rid of the stuff or keep it at bay better than pulling all the time. I swear it must spread those underground root systems they develop from a quite a ways away.