- Jun 14, 2011
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Leaves on our sidewalk become important habitat for dog piss.Leave the leaves alone. Leaves are important habitat for all kinds of larval stage insects.
It was one of those pre-obama 100w incandescents.Alright. Fess up. Which of you made a stink about a lightbulb?
This house today definitely falls into that category. There's a beautiful treehouse outside, but 2/3 bathrooms are redone (fucking Tetris tile!), and none have a tub. Can't have kids without a tub, so that treehouse is useless.Looking at houses and the amount of weird layouts is very distressing
In all seriousness, I live on a .5 acre wooded lot. There is plenty of habitat for insect larvae, and I'm sensitive to those concerns. I just want to keep the driveway, sidewalk, front yard, and patio clean, plus maintain a perimeter around the foundation to help keep pests out of the house. I'm not bothering with the backyard since it's heavily wooded and basically useless.Leaves on our sidewalk become important habitat for dog piss.
It’s super annoying: we don’t have a tree in front of our place, but the neighbors on either side do, and their leaves accumulate up and down the street. somehow nobody ever thinks to clear the leaves for the neighbors who don’t even have trees.
It doesn’t help that out driveway is at the lip of a small hill, so wind eddies tend to drop the leaves right there....and the neighbor’s enormous mastiff likes to pee on leaves.
I love trees, but Ive been sorely tempted to ring-bark these.