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danl

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My brother spotted this next to a cemetery. It is about 10 feet off the ground. A giraffe feeder? Some kind of wood duck nest?
 

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ALACOWMAN":3ir2dj8s said:
hurleyjd":3ir2dj8s said:
outdoor toilet for any ghosts that are floating around
I was thinking a deer stand, for one too many burritos..

Two tacos, one burrito, a bowl of refried beans,
Suddenly there's a rumbing deep down in my jeans
And the thunder rolls, and the thunder rolls.
 

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TexasBred":2simi0jq said:
ALACOWMAN":2simi0jq said:
hurleyjd":2simi0jq said:
outdoor toilet for any ghosts that are floating around
I was thinking a deer stand, for one too many burritos..

Two tacos, one burrito, a bowl of refried beans,
Suddenly there's a rumbing deep down in my jeans
And the thunder rolls, and the thunder rolls.
...a Mexican colon cleanse..
 
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It is a little high off the ground for most of your suggestions and he said it was poorly made. Don't think it would hold most of you up...
I was kind of wandering if it might be something to attract bee like M-5 said.
 

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danl":2q2tguqi said:
It is a little high off the ground for most of your suggestions and he said it was poorly made. Don't think it would hold most of you up...
I was kind of wandering if it might be something to attract bee like M-5 said.

I'm not a bee keeper but they usually swarm in the spring and if they find a suitable home they could take up residence here. Notice the one hole at bottom front of pot.
 

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M-5":bi44u4jg said:
danl":bi44u4jg said:
It is a little high off the ground for most of your suggestions and he said it was poorly made. Don't think it would hold most of you up...
I was kind of wandering if it might be something to attract bee like M-5 said.

I'm not a bee keeper but they usually swarm in the spring and if they find a suitable home they could take up residence here. Notice the one hole at bottom front of pot.


M5 knows his stuff congratulations
https://video.search.yahoo.com/search/v ... ction=view
 
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Thanks M-5 for the clue and Hurleyjd for the link I told my brother when he showed me the pictures, I was belonged to a forum and someone on here would know what it was....
 

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it s a bee trap like M-5 said and I bet there is a bee tree some place close by that he thinks will swarm soon, some people will put a little sugar water in them as an attractant.
 

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