August 4th, 2012, 11:37 AM
I telling you Luke Louis Mueller BBQ is just beyond incredible. It's pretty famous. It's all wood fired in this brick oven they've had for I think 40+ years. No AC, you have to stand in line and when they are out of food they are just out. Usually by about 1 on Saturday they are sold out.
Originally Posted by Luke
August 4th, 2012, 02:14 PM
We had trouble with my Prius key. A new one is around 350 with 150 on top of that to program it. I managed to fix it myself. It's like how can a 500 dollar key ever justify the 500 dollar price.
August 4th, 2012, 02:48 PM
I just got back from the Honda Dealership after a detour to treat Mom and Dad to lunch. Do you think Tractor Supply would have that duck food you mentioned? On the way out I a saw the Animal Control guy down the block. I went down and talked to him. He was looking for the mother duck too. Apparently Mom and babies had wandered into a woman's back yard and the cat appeared. I must have just missed it. The woman said the Mom and babies scattered all different directions when the cat came up. I just happened on the unlucky one the cat set it's sites on. He's supposed to call me if he finds Mom. He really wasn't too sure what to do. The usually deal with dogs. It was several blocks from the city park with the duck pond. I just filled the bathtub again and baby is going back in there. Why me?
Originally Posted by texascbx
The total on the car was $965.20 with the labor. The key/ignition/whatever chip was $500+ and the labor was $350+.
August 4th, 2012, 05:30 PM
With a cat in the area I would not put the baby duck out. I had some lost ducklings in my back yard and so I put them in a wire cage. Eventually the mother came around for them and when I heard her quacking on the other side of the privacy fence I let the babies out to go to her. The only problem, a cat in the neighborhood, the mother could not get them to water fast enough and a couple days later they were no longer. Not that I could have kept a batch of baby mallards but it was upsetting to reunite them for that to happen.
August 4th, 2012, 05:58 PM
Tractor Supply is where I get my feed. Just make sure you get the plain and not the medicated. Apparently, a lot of chickens eat the medicated feed for some reason. You put a little in the palm of your hand and hold his bill down into the feed and he should eat some. Generally, they will figure it out after a couple of lessons. Make sure you get the crumbles as ducks don't like the pellets as much as the crumbles.
August 4th, 2012, 06:09 PM
Ok, I made a trip up to the pond and sat there for about 45 minutes. None of the other ducks would come near it. So....it's back in my tub with Hugo guarding it. He hates those ducks at the pond but he is just fascinated by the baby. He's laying on the bath mat by the tub. Go figure.
I called Tractor Supply. They are going to have it waiting at the counter for me. I'm headed to the lake for a couple of hours. The poor dogs have been stuck with the city park for the last few days while my car was in the shop. They want to go swimming.
I think the duck is making the trip into Austin to the Wildlife Rescue tomorrow unless Mom shows up in the morning at the pond. It's big enough to get out of the tub which it did a while ago and was wandering around my house. It pooped on the floor of course. I put it back in the tub and let some of the water out, but there wasn't much in there. Now there is just enough for it to float if it pulls it legs up.
August 4th, 2012, 08:26 PM
They quack. And poop. I sold five of the little guys today.
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