Well, well, well,
Our well is not well. In fact, it needs to be replaced. It is one of those events in life when one realizes just how much we underestimate our use of water.
As you might know, getting a new well is both complicated and expensive. It didn’t surprise me that in order to put in a new well, many limbs had to be cut from the trees in These Fair Woods. Fortunately, we were able to rent a machine to help reach the tree limbs.
At one point in the process the youngest came to me and told me I should come out and see the progress of the tree trimming. It didn’t take me long to notice the mayhem.
It appears that one of the sweet darlings decided to take on new heights. I hear she can see the river quite well.
Here you can see just how high she is.
Before the day was done she had convinced another to join her.
I have decided to put them to good use as they perch in their new positions.
They are now flamingo surveillance officers. They do a very good job. I just wish they would stop waking me in the middle of the night because they see a raccoon.