First... the job site.
One down (prior to the chainsaw purchase) two to go.
Here is my energetic wife getting a head start,
while I gather the tools.
Then...poof - the thing was down.
Miller time (well ...technically...Michelob)
1) TMTIH – the elliptical
2) Do you really need to waste even more electricity on an air freshener?
3) This should never actually happen of course. The toilet should be cleaned regularly regardless of the way it looks or smells, and therefore will never degrade to the point of causing odors.
My soft-hearted wife calls them Doves.
Which they are... but I still call them pigeons.
See, there is one sitting in the garage. They like to do this. I don't know why.
I did some research on them.
The Mourning Dove (Zenaida macroura) is a member of the dove family, Columbidae.
The bird is also called the American Mourning Dove, and formerly was known as the Carolina Pigeon or Carolina Turtledove.
...~ Mourning Doves are prolific breeders. In warmer areas, these birds may raise up to six broods in a season. This fast breeding is essential for the survival of the species as mortality is high.
Each year, mortality can reach 58% a year for adults and 69% for the young.
The Mourning Dove is monogamous and forms strong pair bonds. Pairs typically reconvene in the same area the following breeding season, or sometimes may remain together throughout the winter. However, lone doves will find new partners if necessary.