Saturday, June 25, 2016
Since it is a tad warm in Phoenix, I started to mow my backyard at 6:30 this morning. My immediate neighbors rise early and so there was no risk that they'd be abed and I had to get at least one section done before the sun got too high. My dog provided company by running fast laps and then thrashing about like a beached salmon.
For Father's Day, my son gave me a night-vision motion-detector camera that I can rig up to discover how much wildlife is creeping through the lawn at night. [Judging from experience, the answer is "Plenty."] That has caused me to wonder if any of my neighbors have such cameras. If so, it would be very tempting to rent a yeti outfit.
Posted by Michael Wade at 1:58 PM