Saturday, June 19, 2010


Millipedes live outdoors in damp areas such as under leaves, needles and dead plant debris, or in cracks and crevices. They feed on damp and decaying vegetable matter and are beneficial as "recyclers" of organic matter. However, they become a pest when they migrate into buildings as accidental invaders. Millipedes are usually found in the garage, basement or lowest level although they may wander into other parts of the house. They are most active at night and usually hide during the day in cracks and other moist locations.

Millipedes are harmless; they do not feed upon building structures or furnishings and they can not bite or sting. Millipedes can not reproduce indoors. All millipedes found inside wandered in by mistake.

Help We Are Being Invaded By MILLIPEDES


Life is grand when you live in Iowa. 
You never know what you are going to encounter next. 
Makes you feel like you are in the Indiana Jones movie doesn't it. 
No they are not in the house they are outside Kristi Dawn's bedroom window.
But we do have plenty of them sneaking into the house.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

BUD'S New Project

Bud wants you to meet
Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cotton Tail
or maybe it's
Bugs, Roger and Thumper,
or maybe it's
Bud, Blake, Rob,
or maybe it's

Bud and Bob went and picked them up on Saturday
April 3rd so of course they are Easter Mules

Bud is excited about his project over the next year.  They are yealings and he is going to play with them and after he starts riding them he is going to decide which one he is going to keep and then sale the other ones.
I will try and keep everyone posted on their progress