Don't have cats; but, I was wondering a mechanical thing.
If I exhaust gas them out, how do you connect the exhaust pipe to
a 2" pool vacuum hose without melting the hose?
Any suggestions for a cheap and already available fitting?
Does that mean he has to return it later?
This is how kids get in trouble.
They start of saying to a classmate, "Can I borrow a sheet of paper",
when they have no intention of returning it, and the lender has no
expectation of getting it back.
Later they borrow a car from car dealer's parking lot.
Then they borrow 50,000 from the armored car guard.
And they figure they're borrowing, not stealing so it's all right.
Danny, be up front and set a good example for your kids. Tell the
people with the cat you want the poo for keeps. No backsies.
This way they won't grow up to be armored car robbers.
Still chuckling at the idea that the neighbor would want his,
sorry her, cat s--- back.
"Excuse me good neighbor, but I have finished with your cat
s--- and would like to return it. I have microwaved it to
resume it to its original steaming state. What??? Why are
all my their gophers suddenly in your yard? No idea what
so ever. None I say. Hog tie me and call me ... Here is
your cat poo back. Bye."
Golf with Stormin' in eternity can't be all that bad, can it?
The gophers in the next yard thing actually happened to my
sister's neighbors after a good helping of cat s--- down
their holes. She is single and did not have to borrow
the riddle wrapped in an enigma wrapped
Thanks for finding that. I like his simple answer.
He stuck the garden hose onto the tailpipe with aluminum foil.
I could have done without the lullaby though ...
BTW, my (California emissions) car runs pretty cleanly, so, I
hope the carbon dioxide does as much work as the carbon monoxide
in bothering them out of the area.
I am starting "nice", so, today, I turned on the water in two locations.
I'm shocked that the water has been running, full force, for two hours
and it hasn't even come *out* of the hole yet!
Gotta go shoppin' with my grandkids, but wow, the ground sure has a huge
capacity to soak up water by the tens of gallons without spilling out
of the holes.
On Sat, 30 Nov 2013 19:50:55 +0000, Danny D'Amico wrote:
After about 4 hours under the hose, the water started seeping out
of concrete cracks in the retaining walls, steps, and even the
driveway below the lawn.
So, I think I pretty much flooded the gopher's caverns; however,
I don't see what I did as being all that different than a good
heavy California rainstorm.
I'll let you know if the 4-hour flood has made the gopher into a
Noah, to pack up and leave for dry ground. Tomorrow I'll look for
I'm hoping the water treatment worked. I'm amazed, even after four
hours, no water showed up on top of the ground. It only seeped out
below grade about 4 feet vertically below where I flooded and about
ten or twenty feet away horizontally.
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