Got back from Puerto Rico last night and was greeted this morning by tall grass and filthy vehicles. Mowed the lawn up at the house then Brohauled the mower down the hill and mowed that section.
I found where one of the peahens is nesting. The other two dummies just followed me around and ate bugs.
There should be two more hens but I'm 99% sure a fox or coyote got one and the other may just be nesting somewhere I haven't found yet.
After a lunch break I started washing and detailing the twins. Interior, exterior, and under the hood. I have appointments first thing in the morning to (ironically) have the Takata inflators replaced on the passenger sides.
Finished the day out by washing the bedazzled mistress.
I've got a trip to Portland coming up and had been planning to ride but may drive and tow a trailer if I can pin down a deal on a 425 for my Cutlass.
They mostly aren't that bad and I never see them except when I'm down there. The females are about 2 years old and pretty used to people. The male is still pretty young and spastic. I might hear a honk out of him every couple of days. The females don't make any noise.
There's a pretty well worn path from the neighbor's place to mine. I've got the shade so that's where they spend their days. Now that there is no porch to **** on and no hoods to perch on I don't mind if they hang out.