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Ooops. Went an posted in 337 when I should have started 338?Smiley Embarassed

 

Welcome to the beginning of the weekend folks. It's a beautiful June morning out there.

 

I need to mow today and then start cleaning the rugs cause mom is coming in on Tuesday for a couple weeks so it's the top to bottom in the house this weekend.

 

 

 

 

 




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Ooops. Went an posted in 337 when I should have started 338?Smiley Embarassed

 

Welcome to the beginning of the weekend folks. It's a beautiful June morning out there.

 

I need to mow today and then start cleaning the rugs cause mom is coming in on Tuesday for a couple weeks so it's the top to bottom in the house this weekend.

 

 

 

 

 




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It's also shaping up to be a great day here in SE Wisconsin.  Some cleaning to do, then firing up the grill for ribs and chicken with the neighbors (and maybe a martini.  Or two).  Have fun with your Mom, CJ, and a good weekend to all!

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It's also shaping up to be a great day here in SE Wisconsin.  Some cleaning to do, then firing up the grill for ribs and chicken with the neighbors (and maybe a martini.  Or two).  Have fun with your Mom, CJ, and a good weekend to all!

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Just another work day here in SE Wisconsin...
Schedule is Thursday to Mondays .... my weekend is Tuesday. ..Wednesday off.
Do receive 1 contract weekend per month... next is July 5 and 6th...opening weekend of Bristol Ren Fair.

For the rest of you enjoy your weekend... stay hydrated.
Just another work day here in SE Wisconsin...
Schedule is Thursday to Mondays .... my weekend is Tuesday. ..Wednesday off.
Do receive 1 contract weekend per month... next is July 5 and 6th...opening weekend of Bristol Ren Fair.

For the rest of you enjoy your weekend... stay hydrated.
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Enjoy your clear weekend.  Raining for the last 3 days in Eastern PA.  Hopefully it will be nice this weekend.

 

Hope everyone has a good weekend and make sure you hug your Father on Sunday.

Enjoy your clear weekend.  Raining for the last 3 days in Eastern PA.  Hopefully it will be nice this weekend.

 

Hope everyone has a good weekend and make sure you hug your Father on Sunday.

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Rain, rain, rain here most of the week too! But between rains I planted a bunch of flowers which have been sitting in flats/trays for a couple weeks while mulched the beds. While it's probably a lost cause (deer, groundhogs, rabbits, squirrels, etc..) I did a lot of work poultry fencing the flowers and installing higher fencing around my large potted veggies. Can't grow vegetable plants in the ground because all the Black Walnut tree roots kill them, especially tomatoes.

 

I actually built a "deer corral" and it's not to keep them in but out! Already had 4' high HD plastic fencing w/6' metal "T" poles and cut a bunch 10'-12' bamboo which grows near the house. Installed the 1" OD bamboo horizontally about 5" above the fence, wire tied the fence to it, and ran a strand of metal wire around it about 5" above the bamboo. While a deer could easily jump a 5' fence, have seen them clear a 8' chain link fence before w/o touching it, they may not want to jump into a bunch of big pots! Lol.

 

But what are you supposed to do when a year old deer is standing right there munching on plants in the woods watching you work to keep them out?? I'm real ticked they ate all my big lily buds and the plants down half way. Threw rocks at the doe while yelling and chasing her. Darn thing's about tame, not scared or me, and wouldn't go far. Best watch out because my next step is a solar electric fence charger!

 

We're excited we'll pick up our new newfie pup in a couple weeks and hope he grows fast to help keep the critters away!

 

It's supposed to be real nice weather-wise this weekend and wishing all those dad's a great Father's Day! Smiley Happy

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Rain, rain, rain here most of the week too! But between rains I planted a bunch of flowers which have been sitting in flats/trays for a couple weeks while mulched the beds. While it's probably a lost cause (deer, groundhogs, rabbits, squirrels, etc..) I did a lot of work poultry fencing the flowers and installing higher fencing around my large potted veggies. Can't grow vegetable plants in the ground because all the Black Walnut tree roots kill them, especially tomatoes.

 

I actually built a "deer corral" and it's not to keep them in but out! Already had 4' high HD plastic fencing w/6' metal "T" poles and cut a bunch 10'-12' bamboo which grows near the house. Installed the 1" OD bamboo horizontally about 5" above the fence, wire tied the fence to it, and ran a strand of metal wire around it about 5" above the bamboo. While a deer could easily jump a 5' fence, have seen them clear a 8' chain link fence before w/o touching it, they may not want to jump into a bunch of big pots! Lol.

 

But what are you supposed to do when a year old deer is standing right there munching on plants in the woods watching you work to keep them out?? I'm real ticked they ate all my big lily buds and the plants down half way. Threw rocks at the doe while yelling and chasing her. Darn thing's about tame, not scared or me, and wouldn't go far. Best watch out because my next step is a solar electric fence charger!

 

We're excited we'll pick up our new newfie pup in a couple weeks and hope he grows fast to help keep the critters away!

 

It's supposed to be real nice weather-wise this weekend and wishing all those dad's a great Father's Day! Smiley Happy

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have you named your new puppy?  I hope he enjoys his new home.  Keep us updated on how it goes.

have you named your new puppy?  I hope he enjoys his new home.  Keep us updated on how it goes.

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Thanks and we aren't going to name the new puppy until we actually get him. Lot's of names rolling around in my head but I'll try not to name him with a name which rhymes with "no" like our golden we had named Beau (Bo)! Lol.

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Thanks and we aren't going to name the new puppy until we actually get him. Lot's of names rolling around in my head but I'll try not to name him with a name which rhymes with "no" like our golden we had named Beau (Bo)! Lol.

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I am soooo jealous, Uni.   A new puppy!!!  Saw the photo.  You're killing me.Smiley Wink

It's a good thing I resisted adopting the Westie that the rescue folks brought out to visit us.  Something told me it just was not a good thing to be taking on right now.  And I was right. 

 

OK....got my best girl back from the hospital.  They had worked on a little repair job on her pancreas.  Had a stone in the duct work and another partial blockage.  Now that is done....in a week or two I'll be taking her to the K.U. Breast Cancer Surgical Center where she will have to go through a double mastectomy.  THAT will definitely be no fun.  I feel so sorry for her.  Trying to be as supportive as I can.  But, as I am well aware, surgical invasion of one's body is a very personal thing.  She's brave.  More so than me.  I swear it is more difficult when this sort of thing is happening to one you love so much than it is when they're doing it to yourself.

 

Got the youngest granddaughter married off a week ago.  By now she and her new hubby have returned from their honeymoon in Jamaica and she leaves Monday (I think) and heads up to Kalamazoo, MI to Western Michigan University where she will immediately begin an internship and work on her masters degree in developmental psychology.  Hubby will follow after he packs up all their stuff from their appartments....loads a small truck...and begins the actual physical moving of their belongings to MI.  I don't envy them...come winter.

 

Uni, the deer around our neighborhood don't venture up into the populated area....at least not so far.  We have a major creek down in a small valley that flows east to west. It runs along the south side of our neighborhood.  Occasionally I see deer down there grazing in the deep grass along the edge of the woods.


 

Here in the yard the most wild creatures I've seen have been an occasional bunny and....less often....a skunk.  Usually smell them but not actually see them because they seem to be mostly nocturnal.

This little guy or gal has been hanging around quite a bit.  Seems to love my wife's Hosta plants:


 

First showed up a couple of months ago.  Very small then but it has been growing larger.  Don't know where the nest is but I suspect under the neighbor's yard-tool shed.  The couple that used to feed all the feral cats moved away a year or so ago so the cats have disappeared.  And folks seem to be doing better job of keeping their dogs under control so our wild creature population may begin to grow.  This bunny is not very shy.  Likes to sit in the sun on our concrete patio and sometimes comes right up to the sliding glass door and seems to be watching us inside the kitchen.  If Alfie was still alive he would have a fit.  When we lived on a lake...not too far from where we are now.....about 20 years ago.....our previous Westie, Chauncy, would be driven to a frenzy by the squirrels which would sit outside, right next to our screened-in porch and taunt him.  They seemed to know that he could not reach them or chase them so they would just sit up on their hind legs, about a foot from the screen, and stare at him.

 

Wow....9:45 AM and I still haven't worked up the energy to fix a bite of breakfast.  Guess I'd better go do that and take my morning serving of medications. 

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I am soooo jealous, Uni.   A new puppy!!!  Saw the photo.  You're killing me.Smiley Wink

It's a good thing I resisted adopting the Westie that the rescue folks brought out to visit us.  Something told me it just was not a good thing to be taking on right now.  And I was right. 

 

OK....got my best girl back from the hospital.  They had worked on a little repair job on her pancreas.  Had a stone in the duct work and another partial blockage.  Now that is done....in a week or two I'll be taking her to the K.U. Breast Cancer Surgical Center where she will have to go through a double mastectomy.  THAT will definitely be no fun.  I feel so sorry for her.  Trying to be as supportive as I can.  But, as I am well aware, surgical invasion of one's body is a very personal thing.  She's brave.  More so than me.  I swear it is more difficult when this sort of thing is happening to one you love so much than it is when they're doing it to yourself.

 

Got the youngest granddaughter married off a week ago.  By now she and her new hubby have returned from their honeymoon in Jamaica and she leaves Monday (I think) and heads up to Kalamazoo, MI to Western Michigan University where she will immediately begin an internship and work on her masters degree in developmental psychology.  Hubby will follow after he packs up all their stuff from their appartments....loads a small truck...and begins the actual physical moving of their belongings to MI.  I don't envy them...come winter.

 

Uni, the deer around our neighborhood don't venture up into the populated area....at least not so far.  We have a major creek down in a small valley that flows east to west. It runs along the south side of our neighborhood.  Occasionally I see deer down there grazing in the deep grass along the edge of the woods.


 

Here in the yard the most wild creatures I've seen have been an occasional bunny and....less often....a skunk.  Usually smell them but not actually see them because they seem to be mostly nocturnal.

This little guy or gal has been hanging around quite a bit.  Seems to love my wife's Hosta plants:


 

First showed up a couple of months ago.  Very small then but it has been growing larger.  Don't know where the nest is but I suspect under the neighbor's yard-tool shed.  The couple that used to feed all the feral cats moved away a year or so ago so the cats have disappeared.  And folks seem to be doing better job of keeping their dogs under control so our wild creature population may begin to grow.  This bunny is not very shy.  Likes to sit in the sun on our concrete patio and sometimes comes right up to the sliding glass door and seems to be watching us inside the kitchen.  If Alfie was still alive he would have a fit.  When we lived on a lake...not too far from where we are now.....about 20 years ago.....our previous Westie, Chauncy, would be driven to a frenzy by the squirrels which would sit outside, right next to our screened-in porch and taunt him.  They seemed to know that he could not reach them or chase them so they would just sit up on their hind legs, about a foot from the screen, and stare at him.

 

Wow....9:45 AM and I still haven't worked up the energy to fix a bite of breakfast.  Guess I'd better go do that and take my morning serving of medications. 

Being old is so much fun.

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Hey Phil, glad to here "Phase One" went off without a hitch. Let the better half know we're all rootin' for her.

 

Wow. Grandauter's off to college. Where do the years go, huh?
Small world, my wife went to the ZOO/WMU for her masters after finishing at Kutztown. Did her internship at the Hines VA hospital in Maywood, IL.

 

We've had some deer outside our fence (which is only 42"), but never inside. We saw three of them walking down the street a couple years ago, and we're not exactly rural here. Seen a coyote or two outside the back fence as well.

 

As far as small critters in the yard go, with four dogs, one being a jack russell, they usually keep their distance. If they accidently wander in (or get brave) they're not likely to make it out alive. The squirrels will come in to clean up bird seed but are really skittish. If the dogs get out and the squirrel forgets to jump over the fence and tries to go through the chainlink instead they usually get stuck halfway through and they're toast.

 

Same for the rabbits. Sometimes, they remember where they squeezed under the fence and get away, but that's difficult when you're running for your life. Unfortunately, I can't let the dogs out front where the darn rabbits keep chewing through my Xmas lights.

 

 

 

 

 




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“Our great democracies still tend to think that a stupid man is more likely to be honest than a clever man, and our politicians take advantage of this prejudice by pretending to be even more stupid than nature has made them." :Bertrand Russell

                              

@hpmsrm 

 

 

Hey Phil, glad to here "Phase One" went off without a hitch. Let the better half know we're all rootin' for her.

 

Wow. Grandauter's off to college. Where do the years go, huh?
Small world, my wife went to the ZOO/WMU for her masters after finishing at Kutztown. Did her internship at the Hines VA hospital in Maywood, IL.

 

We've had some deer outside our fence (which is only 42"), but never inside. We saw three of them walking down the street a couple years ago, and we're not exactly rural here. Seen a coyote or two outside the back fence as well.

 

As far as small critters in the yard go, with four dogs, one being a jack russell, they usually keep their distance. If they accidently wander in (or get brave) they're not likely to make it out alive. The squirrels will come in to clean up bird seed but are really skittish. If the dogs get out and the squirrel forgets to jump over the fence and tries to go through the chainlink instead they usually get stuck halfway through and they're toast.

 

Same for the rabbits. Sometimes, they remember where they squeezed under the fence and get away, but that's difficult when you're running for your life. Unfortunately, I can't let the dogs out front where the darn rabbits keep chewing through my Xmas lights.

 

 

 

 

 




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Yeah Phil, we're looking forward to the new pup but haven't really had one that young for 20 years so it's going to be a trip starting all over again. Figured if we're going to get another huge breed we better do it now since probably won't be able to handle one if we wait as we get up there in years.

 

Best of luck with your better half and wish her the best! My wife's a breast cancer survivor going on about 10 years. Since it was caught early she went the lumpectomy route but had to take tamoxiphin for 5 years which sure isn't a very nice med. Don't know why the surgeon didn't prescribe antibiotics post-surgery since she ended up with an infection at the surgery site and took me a year to clean the wound/nurse her back to health. But this isn't typical and nice your wife has you to care over her.

 

My wife's gal-surgeon was top-of-the-line but I always thought it was excessive to park her bright yellow Lamborghini in the hospital parking garage with "Dr Brenda" on the plates! Duh, wonder why the surgery costs were so high??

 

Thanks for the pics of the rabbits/deer! Believe I mentioned before when the coyotes drove our residence foxes out/away this year the rabbit population has exploded! But a lot of others I know are having problems with them eating flowers/veggies so it must just be one of those rabbit breeding cycle years. Don't know why the nesting Red-tailed Hawks by our drive or the Great Horned Owls aren't keeping the population down? But also know their main diet is small rodents but must not be squirrels since there's such a huge population of them around.

 

CJ, with 4 dogs I bet any critter coming into your back yard is risking their lives! A buddy of mine who had 50 acres of woods on his land had a Jack Russel and I used to stay a lot at the nice cabin we built. I have never seen such a quick/smart dog and any small critter hitting the ground was asking for it. There were wood pallets around the cabin so you didn't have to walk in mud. A chipmunk would run/hide under the leaves under a pallet and the dog would jump/hit his front feet on one side while watching the end closely. Sure enough he'd get the chipmunk to run out and would jump over while nailing him! Quickest dog I've ever seen!

 

Wishing everybody a great Father's Day! Smiley Happy 

 

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If you get to thinking you're a person of influence, try ordering someone else's dog around.

Need help? Contact AT&T at 800-288-2020.

Yeah Phil, we're looking forward to the new pup but haven't really had one that young for 20 years so it's going to be a trip starting all over again. Figured if we're going to get another huge breed we better do it now since probably won't be able to handle one if we wait as we get up there in years.

 

Best of luck with your better half and wish her the best! My wife's a breast cancer survivor going on about 10 years. Since it was caught early she went the lumpectomy route but had to take tamoxiphin for 5 years which sure isn't a very nice med. Don't know why the surgeon didn't prescribe antibiotics post-surgery since she ended up with an infection at the surgery site and took me a year to clean the wound/nurse her back to health. But this isn't typical and nice your wife has you to care over her.

 

My wife's gal-surgeon was top-of-the-line but I always thought it was excessive to park her bright yellow Lamborghini in the hospital parking garage with "Dr Brenda" on the plates! Duh, wonder why the surgery costs were so high??

 

Thanks for the pics of the rabbits/deer! Believe I mentioned before when the coyotes drove our residence foxes out/away this year the rabbit population has exploded! But a lot of others I know are having problems with them eating flowers/veggies so it must just be one of those rabbit breeding cycle years. Don't know why the nesting Red-tailed Hawks by our drive or the Great Horned Owls aren't keeping the population down? But also know their main diet is small rodents but must not be squirrels since there's such a huge population of them around.

 

CJ, with 4 dogs I bet any critter coming into your back yard is risking their lives! A buddy of mine who had 50 acres of woods on his land had a Jack Russel and I used to stay a lot at the nice cabin we built. I have never seen such a quick/smart dog and any small critter hitting the ground was asking for it. There were wood pallets around the cabin so you didn't have to walk in mud. A chipmunk would run/hide under the leaves under a pallet and the dog would jump/hit his front feet on one side while watching the end closely. Sure enough he'd get the chipmunk to run out and would jump over while nailing him! Quickest dog I've ever seen!

 

Wishing everybody a great Father's Day! Smiley Happy 

 

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CJ, did you wife enjoy the Kutztown area? I went to school there for one year and enjoyed the town. I drove thru there about 2-3 months ago and could not believe how much the town has grown along with the college campus.

I live in a fairly large city in PA and the section of town I live in is almost like being out in the country. We have a resident skunk who lets the neighborhood know he there. The squirrels and the birds like to tease my 13 month old lab. It has gotten to a point that if only one bird comes into the yard, the dog just looks at it and shrugs. But if more than that comes into the yard he goes after them. The birds also like to sit on the telephone lines and watch him. I think they have a love/hate realtionship going.

We also see alot of deer, ground hogs, & wild turkeys near my home. There is a city park a couple blocks away and the wildlife like to hang out there. I actually saw, what I think so anyway, was a wild turkey in the middle of a major street. We see alot of deer because there is about 3 acres of woods in the middle of town and the Lehigh River about a quarter mile from that. The only issue is that the wildlife have to go thru a train switching station area to get to the river.

Hope everyone had a good Father's day. Did anyone watch the US soccer game on Monday? It was great to show the world that the US can play soccer.
CJ, did you wife enjoy the Kutztown area? I went to school there for one year and enjoyed the town. I drove thru there about 2-3 months ago and could not believe how much the town has grown along with the college campus.

I live in a fairly large city in PA and the section of town I live in is almost like being out in the country. We have a resident skunk who lets the neighborhood know he there. The squirrels and the birds like to tease my 13 month old lab. It has gotten to a point that if only one bird comes into the yard, the dog just looks at it and shrugs. But if more than that comes into the yard he goes after them. The birds also like to sit on the telephone lines and watch him. I think they have a love/hate realtionship going.

We also see alot of deer, ground hogs, & wild turkeys near my home. There is a city park a couple blocks away and the wildlife like to hang out there. I actually saw, what I think so anyway, was a wild turkey in the middle of a major street. We see alot of deer because there is about 3 acres of woods in the middle of town and the Lehigh River about a quarter mile from that. The only issue is that the wildlife have to go thru a train switching station area to get to the river.

Hope everyone had a good Father's day. Did anyone watch the US soccer game on Monday? It was great to show the world that the US can play soccer.
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