Bought some racking so I could reorganise the garage and got genuinely excited about putting it together and tidying it up.
First and last thing I do each day is check on my plants.
Same but pants.
“What’s wrong with the road, mate?”
Getting annoyed you didnt know about a tree spotting app
Got well into nature. Joined a local wildlife group online, am out walking looking for good stuff at 5am sometimes
I’ve got one of these. I seem to be using it more during lockdown - Checking up on flights leaving Edinburgh Airport to ensure they meet my approval.
Like you say, boring old fart.
Looking up the destination on google earth, then finding a hotel i’d probably stay at, then looking at their prices online, then checking the exchange rate All while sat in my pants in the garden. Isn’t technology brilliant
I have both the iNaturalist plant and bird spotting app and Flightradar24 on my phone, and I’ve got an excellent system for doing laundry. Btw @anon67149139 nice spot, don’t see many A340s in the wild at the moment.
gonna check that naturist app out now! Why thank you, tbh I didn’t even see it cos I’m sat under the gazebo, just heard it
Shout the lyrics of Kids to Balonz
Save it for…oh
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In addition to my flight tracker app, I also have a boat one (paid for). I’ve also just spent a few minutes constructing a new bird feeder for my home-workspace window. My last big purchase was an armchair.
What’s a good bird spotting app guys?
Just one where I can tick off that I’ve seen a sparrow, a golden hedgefinch and a pair of tits, and collect them all Pokemon style
Just purchased a new filter for the kettle
Get a bit nervous when I see youths around. Take a detour to avoid them, turn my music down so I can hear of any planned ambushes, etc.
see also: descaling things often