Aug. 24th, 2007 @ 08:37 am
Yep, that's what I got in my backyard!
A long time ago, my neighbor (across the street) told me about watering the lawn in the morning to give it a little 'drink'. So that's what I did this morning.
When I checked out the backyard, there was lump of manure-looking lump on the grass.
It seems that someone took their horse/goat and went inside my backyard and took a dump. (The consistency of the manure looked like a horse's.)
How could this happen? I live in a suburb. There are no horses or goats around here.
My theory is my next door threw the manure over.
Keep in mind that stray dogs eat everything they can get in their mouths and usually leave huge piles of dung.
|Date:||August 24th, 2007 02:45 pm (UTC)|| |
However, there's a gate to go to the backyard.
Somebody let the animal in. :-(
You've heard the phrase "When pigs fly"?
Flying Pigs. That's your answer.
|Date:||August 24th, 2007 03:23 pm (UTC)|| |
It could have climbed the fence. It's a Spider-Pig!
Does whatever a Spider-Pig does! :-)
Watch out! Here comes the Spider-Pig!
Shit like that is not cool. At least it'll make your lawn looking a little better in the long run.
|Date:||August 24th, 2007 04:11 pm (UTC)|| |
It did look like it's all grass that soil, but it's got that manure look. Dunno how else it got there.
What I did was to water it down to spread it around. I guess it's fertilizer.
Did you look for a missing chunk of grass on your neighbors lawns?
Also, check out this entry
of mine and don't forget the YouTube video at the bottom. The videos the best part. ;-)
|Date:||August 24th, 2007 04:28 pm (UTC)|| |
Throw it back...at their window
well...at least grass will grow on that spot! :)
|Date:||August 26th, 2007 03:21 pm (UTC)|| |
I could be wrong though. It could be a nest that came from the pine tree and it fell.
Btw, a very happy birthday to you! :-)
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