This is true.Dogs do that, part of their behavior. Neighbor's dog, now passed, part malinois, would bury biscuits I gave her. I got wise to her trick and would only feed her small bits of it, and not give her more until she ate it in front of me - she was smart enough to learn that too. I suspect the behavior is part about having food for later, and part hiding it from other dogs/animals that would try to take it away.
Which ones dud you end up liking better?
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I just received a flexible spigot as well. The current gas spigot holder is rivet on so I need to be careful at using a small drill to drill out the rivets.
Good job. To the board reading this. Do NOT cheap out.I ordered an expensive Wavian 20L Jerry can. I thought about buying cheaper one but mine was made in Latvia.
I've been teraforming a bit. Planting edible plants in areas I might be forced to live if it goes bad.
In a remoteish location I had planted @14 bulbs (in 7 holes) of the 50 Camas bulbs I ordered 4 years back. Essentially I planted and forgot them. This weekend I finally got around to digging and spreading them out. I was shocked how many were all clustered together. Where before in a single hole 4 years back there were 2 bulbs, now there was well over 100+ all crammed tightly in each human head sized group. I split them up and transplanted. If the same thing occurs there will be mega thousands of bulbs in a few years. (35,000 if the math is right)
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Great landscaping plant. Instead of just an inedible plant, they have nice looking flowers and were widely used as a food staple by the native Americans.
I have Sunchokes and Wapato (in the county park) next up to deal with.