Greg 'n Keetha Stuff

OK, let's be honest. This is really KEETHA stuff. Sometimes I write about Greg - - - but he has never in his life made one single post of his own. He has occasionally made a comment or two. So - - - come on in and visit with me, Keetha, for a while. I'd love it if you left your foot prints. (Interpretation: COMMENT PLEASE ;-)

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Monday, May 05, 2008

Birding in the Back Yard - - -

We're all set for a new season of birding in our own back yard. Someone asked how many different kinds of birds we've observed through our windows, and I answered that in a post called "By Special Request" which you can find if you scroll down this blog a little way.

The new 2008 version of hummingbird feeder. Isn't it cute? Don't know how it will work, the hummers haven't arrived in central Indiana yet. They will arrive - - - and unless I miss my guess, they will LOVE the new juice station at McBroyles!!!

Here's how McBroyles looks outside in instead of inside out. :-) It is already a happenin' place I can assure you!!

Hubby spent part of his Saturday afternoon (before the clouds and cold rolled in) finishing his tower.

Looks pretty good now, doesn't it? Jim and Grammy say it will withstand a gale force 6 wind!!!! Hehehehehehehehe


Blogger grammy said...

That would be a "cat 6" hurricane and maybe could withstand "6 cat" attacks!!! you think???

All kidding aside...looks really good and we are really proud of your landscaping abilities.

An idea for your "retirement kitty" a coin operated telescope out there so the golfers can see what beautiful grass looks like, and also catch a view of your hummers. If Kelly was still living at home, he could pull that off...right????

5/07/2008 11:53 AM  
Blogger Leigh said...

That is awesome! We need one of those. Did he make it in his head then himself, is it a kit? If so where did you buy?That is awesome!

5/12/2008 8:51 AM  
Blogger Keetha said...

Leigh, he saw something "similar" to this beside the main drag through town and then "copied" it from his head,

The main pole and the diagonal supports are 4x4's and then the arms where the feeders actually hang are 2x4's.

He buried the end in concrete to keep it stable.

5/12/2008 4:15 PM  

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