Believe it or not, this post really is about garbage – garbage collection that is.
The new garbage collection system has now started in my end of the city. They tried it out in the north end a couple of months ago and while I was on vacation, my new garbage and recycling containers were delivered. I didn’t even know we were making changes. Of course, I don’t read newspapers or watch or listen to the news. I live in my own little world – LOL
Last night when I returned home from work, I took the garbage unit out to the lane to set it up as instructed. After reading the instructions, I think I only have room for one unit at a time so when the recycling unit is full and needs to go, we will hang onto our garbage for an extra week. These bins are larger than what we need, so that should work ok.
You may notice my poor old garbage bag stand in behind the nice new unit there. That had been on my list of things to fix or replace and I was so happy that it hadn’t made it to the top of the list. Now, I just have to find a way to get rid of it. The obvious solution would be to put it in the garbage, but they don’t take construction type debris.
He certainly isn’t garbage, but was flying by and I had to take his picture. 🙂
Taking a walk is an excellent way to start each day. Having a dog to walk with makes it even better. Chester and I each do our own things on the walks. The only wildlife he is interested in are bunnies and squirrels, but I can stop and admire the colours and the sky and the birds flying by. 🙂
If you haven’t read the article on WWF and Africam, please take a look at it here. Take a moment to see if you can help.
We have a video of a Leopard visit to Nkorho yesterday. You can see it here.