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what is on the deck?

While I was visiting my grandmother yesterday, wakanomori cleaned off our deck. It no longer has a single leaf, weird bit of found metal, rusting bicycle**, plastic flower pot, plastic tray, sun bleached frisbee, found softball, ancient hocky puck, pvc piping, acorn, stake, decomposing tomato, mildewed corn stalk, or broken windshield brush on it.

Hmm. I wonder, come to think of it, where the bicycles have gone. If they're in the basement underneath the indoor laundry line, watch out!

Anyway, wakanomori reported that the birdhouse that the healing angel made, which was in a tree for one year but then fell out (it was a hanging one as opposed to a nailed-to-the-tree one) and spent a year on the deck, was filled with acorns. We had had a basket of acorns on the deck, the contents of which gradually decreased--I assumed because squirrels were eating them. And squirrels may have been eating them, but it seems that they were also hiding them in the birdhouse.

The birdhouse is among the items still on the deck. Also still on the deck are an assortment of good rocks and two bags of manure, but I must move them. Also, two decorative gourds that were an anonymous present on Halloween.

**in evidence in the squirrel feast entry

Update: Okay, the bicycles are actually still on the deck (I am not very observant, it appears)--they are just at the other end. And also, there are, in fact, two plastic flower pots on the deck, but they are big ones that still have plants in them. And there is also a gallon of windshield wiper fluid on the deck. But really, it is very bare.


( 2 comments — Leave a comment )
Nov. 7th, 2006 11:12 am (UTC)
Next time-
Can I play
"What's On The Deck?"

And if so- what are the prizes?
Nov. 7th, 2006 12:42 pm (UTC)
Oh absolutely! It's a very entertaining and surprisingly difficult game. And--I promise the prize will NOT be the weird deck object!
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