Gas Stations of History:
I liked the '55 Plymouth and 55 Chevy wagon at the pumps.
For Friday’s stuff:
I have tried to designed a feeder that the kittens can enjoy cat food while we are gone (I hope). Using the old cat house I built and it was never used by Stormy, I made the entry and exit only 4 inches using corrugated drainage pipe I had. I tried to gauge how far a coon could reach if it were to try.
The feeder is a 16” column of 4” pipe also with the bottom cut so as the food is eaten it will feed on down. I used the principle Mama’s chicken feeders used that always amazed me why the water did not run out.
I also wanted to have water for them so I made a 5 gallon water jug into a chicken water feeder. It works like a charm or at least I will know in the morning. Hahaha.
I have the trail camera on the feeder inside the storage building where it will stay. I have not seen a coon inside since I limited access To 3 inches wide and 6 inches high.
Tomorrow we are off on a long trip. It is no fun to load and unload that coach, as I have said too many times already. LOL
All the planning is only back up. Michelle, next door has been feeding the kitties back before the birth of Stormy and before I came here to live again.