Saturday, May 19, 2012
A Windy Blue Sky Under The Tandy Bamboo Teepee Today With No Missing Prairie Dogs
It is well over a year, now, that a dozen, give or take a pole or two, bamboo poles appeared near the center of the Tandy Hills, in a small open area, surrounded by a grove of brush and trees, with several of the bamboo poles assembled into being what looked like the framework of a teepee.
The Tandy Bamboo Teepee has blown down a couple times, but always gets resurrected.
It remains a mystery who it was who brought these bamboo poles to the Tandy Hills. Hauling in all those poles would have required a bit of effort, carrying them up and down a minimum of two hills.
A very strong wind was blowing whilst I was getting my endorphin inducing aerobically stimulating hill hiking today in the noon time frame. So, even though the air was being heated to a temperature somewhere in the 80s, the wind chill factor had it almost feeling chilly.
On the way to the Tandy Hills I saw that the big Dog Missing billboard on Meadowbrook Drive had been removed. As had other Dog Missing posters along View Street.
So, when I saw the Dog Missing sign was still up at Town Talk, I took it down.
I have been asked if a Welcome Home Olive party type deal is being added to next Saturday's Prairie Fest x3 Part 3.
How would I know?
But, it sounds like a good idea. Olive the Prairie Dog strikes me as the type dog who likes a good party.