I think Mim has forgiven me for, as she says "Intentionally and maliciously" shutting her in the door last night, and catching her tail in the process. This may be one of the very few photos ever taken of TWO Bengals in repose.
I thought since we were talking about gardens today, daytime ones, I would post a couple of shots of mine. And since Dr Score said the other night to the Happy Guy that mostly we talked about Flowers and Kitties, but when we talked about Zombies, he was into it, I am going to work some Zombies in tonight. (Teach him, Sassy Pants!)
Something, all signs do point to Zombies, knocked down a bunch of my corn last night. Here, you can see the evidence of knocked down corn, and clearly, Cabel has spotted the Zombies in question.
And treed this a few moments later....
You can tell it is a Zombie Woodchuck because of the glowing eyes, and he fact that Woodchucks Do Not climb trees. (Hence their other name GROUNDhogs)
Mostly I just want to hear what Jess, Dr Score and Danguy have to say about Zombies...
Here's another Garden shot, just because I am proud of it.
I wanted to link to this, that Phiala sent me today, on the Amazing Exploding Knife. Snorted tea I did....
Tomorrow, Woodsman Hans and I get to build a solar powered electric fence around the Bee Hives. Well, I get to make sure he has everything he needs, and take some pictures. He gets to to go down there and build it. Tip for Hans, wear a beesuit!
(Guess he should have read the fine print in his job description, eh?)
As to why we need this, one word: Bears.
I had planned some serious Buffy viewing tonight, but forgot to bring them along, so may be off to bed soon. Doggie Boot Camp did me in....
Love and Zombies,