I thought a bird had died, a big bird, and was falling perhaps.
I run out because the thing is caught now on top of the cat yard wire. I can't make out what it is and think it looks like a big sprinkler head. But it's not. It's this:
|Drone falls from Maple|
That's not all that fell from the tree today. It got windy, and the gusts were making me worried over the maple branches. Sure enough, suddenly, a branch shoots off and down across the top of my car. More dents.
|This is the branch this time that hurtled down and across my car. I'm just glad it didn't break the car windows or hit me!|
|Bastille, who had severe ear mites, got that taken care of and was fixed.|
|Zebra, a little calico teen, is very pretty, now fixed and will go home tomorrow.|
I mention my car a lot and how awful its become, the stench from hauling so many unfixed males to be fixed, the seat worn to metal, from its nearly 300,000 miles, mostly garnered hauling cats to be fixed. It's really too bad cat trappers can't figure a way to get paid (but by whom) and have work vehicles, so we don't ruin our own cars.
Well I made a small improvement finally with the drivers seat. It was so badly worn out, the foam padding worm and gone and on one side, bare metal was what I sat on. I'd duct taped over the torn cover, stuffed more foam in, that would smush or roll out. I was trying to find a way or someone to reupholster the seat when instead I found a used seat from a wrecked car like mine in Eugene, through B&R wrecking. It was shipped up to their location here same day. I picked it up last night and installed the seat this morning.
I can't believe the difference. I'm riding high again and comfortable. I LOVE IT!
|Old driver's side seat, with duct tape attempts to cover the area where the cover was torn badly and foam gone, down to metal.|
|Took just a few minutes to take out the old seat and put in the one from the wrecking yard. It's terrific!|