Last August I finally acted on a long time urge to get some high quality bird feeders in my garden. I was just leaving Arrowhead with my family after a week at Bruinwoods UCLA family camp when I spied a cute little store that was all about birds. I rushed in and pick up two great feeders one for tiny birds and one for larger birds. I immediately filled and hung the feeders when I got home. I was told that in a week or two “you’ll have more birds than you know what to do with.” Well, I didn’t. We all waited and waited for those birds to come for months. I was worried the food would spoil before I had any visitors. Then I was listening to a speaker talk about supporting habitat in your garden and someone in the audience mentioned that she hand-waters her garden and has a ton of birds. Aha! I had just that week repaired a fountain that had been broken and it was now running – would this do the trick? It did! I soon had lots of birds. Now my challenge is keeping the feeders full and the cats in “observation only” distance. We have our feeders hung so that they are viewable from our family room sofa. I also have hummingbird feeders hung just outside my kitchen sink. It’s nice to have visitors.
Some storage solutions are just plain unattractive, and I’ve found this to be especially true for bike storage. Unless you are willing to invest in a custom made bike shed you are either left with leaving your bikes outside to rust or putting them into some bulky plastic tomb. (Okay maybe a few of you out there can actually fit all of your bikes in your garage – this post is not for you)
I feel in love with this bike locker at first sight. It’s sleek and practical and fits 3 adult bikes. Now you won’t throw your back out getting your bike out of some crowded corner.
Here’s a few sites that I found who sell this item: