You may be thinking "Wait a minute! I thought the tree was bent the other way!" and you are correct. Yesterday, after we put on our sign (read yesterday's post) someone bent the tree back (ouch!) and snapped it!!! This was definitely done by a person. Darn it. Oh well!
 
 
 As the movie states, we found a tree with a major crack either from a storm or a person. Watch the video to find out how we we gave the tree some love. We are starting a new movie series also: SCTV (see the title of the movie) SC for shiny clean.
 
 
Our post about the kittens is here! THE KITTENS>>>
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The one on the far left is Bo, middle is Noel, and far right is Autumn. Thea "owns" Noel and Autumn and Indie "owns" Little Bo. Dad told us not to name them. Oh well. Their nest was under the wood pile behind them. We saw their mama cat once, but she went away. The picture doesn't reveal the full cuteness, but it's good enough.
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We pose proudly for a picture next to our first two piles of wood.
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We a check from Chuck.
 
 
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This is the pile of wood AFTER we stacked the wood shown below! AFTER! It was bigger before!
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There is two layers of wood here. There is another wall of wood behind this one. And we stacked all of it!
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After we stacked the piles of wood to the left, we also stacked this!
A Friend, Chuck, from Ithaca Meeting offered to give us a job. We accepted, of course! At 1pm Tuesday, Aug. 7 (2012) We journeyed to their house in Slaterville. Upon arriving, we greeting him and stared at their feral kittens. They were a week or two old. SO CUTE. We tool pictures, but we don't have them right now. You'll see them eventually. Promise! When Larry and Chuck weren't looking and the kitten strayed close to the pile, we didn't want anything bad to happen to them (what if a piece of wood fell on one?) so it was necessary to move them and in the process we accidentally cuddled them and named them. Oops! Oh well. AND Larry and Chuck caught us, kitten handed! :) Anyway, we had fun. When we needed it, dad inspired us and the second pile went twice as fast! (we got tired) We earned 56 dollars at 7 dollars an hour per kid. OHHH YEAH. And in case you don't feel like doing math, we worked 4 hours. Look for our next post on the kittens.