My bees wouldn’t stay out of my dog’s watering bowl and not only were they annoying her but they were drowning in large numbers.
At first I tried using a bird bath and changed the water twice a week for my bees, but never saw them using it. I think it was too close to the hive (they like their water source to be a bit farther away from the hive) and the birds were always in it.
So then I turned a medium sized pot into a water garden with plants and a piece of wood for them to land on. The bees are loving it! Every time I have gone to check on it there are 20+ of them drinking. Since I have set up the garden I have not found a bee in the dog bowl.
As for preventing mosquitoes, I plan on ordering a few tadpoles or feeder fish.
- Edit for pictures. http://imgur.com/a/jDKVi
Anderson’s Inherent Vice will mark the first authorized adaptation of Pynchon’s work and has been part of the Hollywood discussion for a while now, with Annapurna Pictures backing the film. The narrative follows Sportello, 1970s stoner detective, “as he investigates the case of a kidnapped girl, who also happens to be one of his ex-girlfriends.” And with a sprawling cast that features Phoenix, Benicio Del Toro, Owen Wilson, Reese Witherspoon, Josh Brolin, Martin Short, Jena Malone, Kevin J. O’Connor, Katherine Waterston, Timothy Simons, Peter McRobbie, Sasha Pieterse, Joanna Newsom, Maya Rudolph, and more, last year, Variety also went onto say that this will also be the first foray into comedy for Anderson.
But lest we forget, Punch-Drunk Love—an early-Altman-esque film about an emotionally inept man who collects pudding to amass frequent flyer miles and has a crying problem, who falls in love with an equally bizarre woman, in a world where aesthetics and mood go hand in hand while pieces of Jeremy Blake’s abstract art are spliced like tonal cue cards between moments—was Anderson’s attempt at a mainstream romantic comedy. So whatever realm of comedy this is in, I’m all for it.
sigh one of my favorite things to do is draw like this in the slip that gets left behind on a wheelhead after throwing a pot.