Stumpy..Bees and wasps are attracted to the color yellow.... many feeders have bits and baubles of this color... The color red as we all seem to know does appeal to these little jewels....I have a red cap I put on when sitting on the deck...get one a
Gah! More Bully-Shyte! Like having to watch people dish out insults rather risk being accused of having "...no sense-of-humor" Similar: "You need to get out more!" or snark-ier still; "GET A LIFE!" I'd Love To... ...
Oh my, I got around to clicking the link. It's a KV, Jr. story! I've read this story; didn't recognize it from the first blurb. I've read almost all of his books and story compilations. This is probably from Welcome to the Monkey House or the like.
I kind of like Carpenter Bees. They're BIG & NOISY but relatively passive when it comes to PEOPLE... you gotta pretty much grab one and slap it around to make one sting you... But you're quite right about them Patrolling Their Territory... I n
THE YEAR WAS 2081, and everybody was finally equal. They weren't only equal before God and the law. They were equal every which way. Nobody was smarter than anybody else. Nobody was better looking than anybody else. Nobody was stronger or quicker tha
Originally Posted By: lanovamiYep, Carp was often the only one up (or at least posting) when I was. It is also yesterday for him compared to me, but he is even more behind, which comes out to being only a few hours behind me, but on the previous day
Yep, Carp was often the only one up (or at least posting) when I was. It is also yesterday for him compared to me, but he is even more behind, which comes out to being only a few hours behind me, but on the previous day. Yep, miss Carp.
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