Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Rent Houses

If you have been reading this blog, you have probably grown weary of hearing me whine about this moving and selling house adventure. Well, when life gives you lemons, look for birdhouses.

We were checking out some rental homes in the area and see this house. Nice from the front so we go around back to check out the fence. A drive through the alley gives a better view.

Ok, the fence will need to be fixed, nice little arbor for one of the tortured roses and more birdhouses.
When I say more birdhouses, this is just one corner of the house. I am an early riser but my sweetie works second shift. I wonder what the sound of music is like inside this house in the morning?

This is just one side of the shed out back. Think a previous tenant liked birds?



9 comments:

lemonverbenalady said...

I think it would be good for The Herbal Husband, TG! He would love it! Better than a squirrel scratching on the roof!

Nickie said...

I love birds but I work second shift. this year a bird finially nested in my bird house haging on the patio support. It would start chirping at 3 in the morning LOL! If i didn't liek birds so much i would of moved it.

creekside rummager said...

Looks like a cute older house from what I could see. Sure comes with a lot of bird houses.

Lui said...

It has my name on it!
It's probably a house from my past! :-)

lifeshighway said...

It could be a fun project painting all those birdhouses in unique shades and patterns.

Tufa Girl said...

LVL & Nickie - Birds would definitely be better than a scratching squirrel but I am not certain about them singing at 3 am!

CSR - there are a lot of birdhouses.

Lui - you would love this house.

LH - painting each birdhouse would be a great idea.

Crafty Gardener said...

What a lot of birdhouses. I wonder if they are all used being as they are so close together.

NotSoAngryRedHead said...

That's a fair few birdhouses.

VW said...

I love the sound of birds, but not at 4 am, when it gets light around here in June. All those birdhouses would put on quite a show, I'm sure!