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Friday, February 26, 2016

Living in a Private Development

 

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Unlike the ordinary housing featured at What's Hatching, just down the road, this is the high class neighborhood.

nest tree

No riff-raff allowed!

nest tree

The infrastructure is even slightly better, a boxelder instead of autumn olive. However, if the occupants paid for the really top contractor, they got cheated. Although the boxelder is a member of the maple family, it's pretty much the low end of the quality ladder.

I'm off to work in just a few minutes.


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2 comments:

Secondary Roads said...

An insightful commentary. Not just on the avian population, but the human as well. I enjoyed this one immensely.

Sharkbytes said...

Hi Chuck- glad I made you chuckle. Remember Chuckles candy? I'd like some right now.

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