There's my shed. I like my shed. It has glass in the windows so I don't know what that plywood is about. I like this area of our yards. If you walk back there behind my shed, there's a path up through mom's sheds. I put a fence there so her cats will leave me alone, but, I can unhook it to mow. And there's the red barn back there. There are so many things that live out there. Stray cats, raccoons, opossums, a skunk family, snakes...all sorts of critters. There's also a nest of Bumble Bees and I haven't found it yet. So step careful or stay on the path. There are two other kinds of bees that I never saw before. One is called a Carpenter Bee, I looked him up after he stung me last Summer. I stepped on him. Little black hard bodied bee. His sting packed no more punch than a honey bee. The other kind looks like a Yellow Jacket but is huge. About 3-4 inches long. I still don't know what those are called, but, they are both ground dwellers and they like the old Mulberry tree. Neither one is aggressive. It's a damn good thing, I do not want to be stung by one of those huge mutant fuckers. I'm allergic to wasps. I have to go straight to the emergency room if one of those gets me and I keep hypos of medicine in the fridge. Other bee stings, so far, don't bother me any more than they do anyone else.
Sorry, I was rambling to myself there. My original thought was, I like this area, it's a little wild and has lots of volunteer trees that have been allowed to spring up, so it's like a mini forest. I planted Bachelor Buttons in front of the shed, for my Grandma. She always had Bachelor Buttons by her sheds and outhouse and every time I see one, I think of her. They grow really easy, I'll show you a pic when they bloom. Oh, and damn, that roll of old fencing was heavy! And, yes, I know I still have Nettles, I see them. Farking farkers. I'll get 'em next time. Nancy Today says you can eat Nettles and she does. I know she aint lyin', but, those things gross me out. They hurt way worse than a bee sting. Fancy estate, isn't it? Yep.