Originally Posted by Cody A
I've thought of doing just that-the camper- but I'd still need to rent a storage unit for all my stuff so the apartment is the most sensible thing to do in my case. It's gonna be awhile before this happens.
I know this sounds bad but It will be best if my old dog passed before I start anything. He's almost 17 yrs old, is incontinent, driving me crazy with the pooping and peeing in his bead and dropping it on the floor because he doesn't know when it's coming out. Also his hips are giving him problems so he has trouble getting up and climbing the steps to the house. He's pretty much on his last leg. It would be hard for me and him if I took him to a place in town where he'd have to be put on a leash whenever he wants to go out. Also because I know he would get run over. Then bring him back to a new house with new floors is too much for me.
Yea, I need to take before and after pics when it does get started. I looked at the bee hives your getting. That's a neat way to get the honey out.
I'm still here everyday reading posts and keeping up. I haven't gone anywhere I just don't ever post. I don't mean to just eavesdrop.
Like your new avatar.
Possum, in the past I almost bid on your Biele eggs on ebay.
Thank you Cajun Chicken. The gardening expo sounds neat. Wish it wasn't so far from me.
It doesn't sound bad I totally get it I would do the same not to stress out my faithful friend. I would put plastic or a water proof mattress pad where he losses control for easier clean up. I love my dogs and they are family members. This will give you time to plan your house. Like I saw a house where the owners built custom entertainment center, they put two built in crates for their dogs. I'm sure you have already thought all about it. Take as you go pics please. Another thing we did was take pics of all pluming and electric so it there is ever a problem it's easier to pinpoint where it is.
Do you keep bees? I can't wait to put it together. I get my bees this month. Good to know your still hanging around with us. Pam