Books For Animal Lovers …



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5 Responses to “Books For Animal Lovers …”

  1. Herd of Hounds
    9:34 am on August 9th, 2017

    Good morning everyone! Spoiler review unless you want to know almost all. Still, we love The Right Side.
    Happy Hump Day, enjoy.

  2. BooBear
    1:12 pm on August 9th, 2017

    Good afternoon!
    I wonder how Rio’s move is going.

  3. c.hobbitz
    1:21 pm on August 9th, 2017

    Good day all. Today we did an 8k walk…beyond our normal walking. My doggies (aka feet) are barking as they say. Maybe Wose or B Stover can research why feet are referred to as doggies.
    Yesterday I posted a couple of photos of houses with thatched roofs. There are 55,000 houses with thatched roofs. Most are historical properties. Historic ratings are: Grade 1 are medieval ruins or buildings and nothing besides maintenance can be done to them. Grade 2 houses must go through complex permit paperwork for any improvements to be granted I.e. adding a bathroom, etc. For Grade 3 homes anything can be done to the inside of the house but the exterior can’t be changed.
    There are two types of thatching, straw which is less expensive and lasts about 10-15 years and reeds which last 30 years. There are only 350 thatchers for 55,000 houses and it costs $30,000 to rethatch. All the thatched roofs have a fak owl on the roofline to keep real birds from stealing thatch. They aren’t anymore prone to fire but if a thatched roof catches fire, the whole house burns down. Consequently insurance rates are 4x higher than for other houses.
    Dinner beckons so I will check in later

  4. Wose-the small and meek
    2:34 pm on August 9th, 2017


    C.Hobbitz: Very interesting about the thatched roofs.

    A possible explanation to your question…

  5. ML
    1:22 am on August 10th, 2017

    Very interesting info about thatching. Who knew?

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