Fishbowl - Cartoon by Andrew Sigal, (c) 2013
Isn't it cruel keeping them in there like that?
I wouldn't worry about it son. I don't think
they have enough brain cells to even
understand their surroundings.
|Left side of hood||Right side of hood|
|(click photos for larger view)|
After reviewing the pictures it appears that there is paint chipping on several areas of the hood not just around the chip guard, this is caused by rocks or debris and there is no warranty coverage for that. The warranty on the chip guard is for 5 years and has expired, and it doesn't appear to be any damage to the chip guard so it would not apply to the chip guard warranty at this time.
Lexus of Lincoln
|Image from Delish.com|
|Annotated with lumber dimensions.|
|Showing hardware components|
|Detail of optional furring strip covering sharp ends of chicken wire|
|Details of 2x6's and 2x2's forming a channel to hold the front slats|
|Detail of wiggle strips and roofing material|
|The finished composter, open, with one slat removed.|
|The plant with flower spikes well formed a few days before opening.|
|Closeup of the flower spike hanging down from the plant (most orchids have flower spikes that rise upwards from the plant.)|
|The flower buds develop more color and begin to enlarge|
|Even more color in the buds, and peduncles (flower stems) begin to stand out from the spike.|
|The first two buds begin to open.|
|The first two flowers are open, though not fully. Two other buds have begun to open (notice that the open flower above has two petals curling backward, while on the flower below, which is about an hour younger, the petals have just begun to curl upwards.)|
|Most of the buds are now open. There are several other spikes on this plant waiting to go.|
|The whole plant with most of the buds open.|
|All but one bud are now fully open.|
|Closeup of a fully opened flower.|
|Finally, all the flowers on this spike have opened.|
|The plant with one spike fully opened.|
|Kero in her "room" at the veterinary hospital with her IV tube and cone removed during one of my visits (she's hiding her arm under her body in the hopes that we wont reconnect the IV tube.)|
[Salmon Poisoning Disease] is caused by Neorickettsia helminthoeca and is sometimes complicated by a second agent, N elokominica , which causes EFF [Elokomin fluke fever]. The vector of both agents is a small fluke, Nanophyetus salmincola . Dogs and other animals become infected by ingesting trout, salmon, or Pacific giant salamanders that contain encysted metacercariae of the rickettsia-infected fluke. In the dog’s intestine, the larval flukes excyst, embed in the duodenal mucosa, and introduce the rickettsiae. The fluke infection itself produces little or no clinical disease.Yup, raw trout can contain the same fluke that causes Salmon Poisoning Disease. The big problem is that the disease is known as “Salmon Poisoning Disease,” but it can be caused by ingesting any raw salmonid species. The members of the family salmonidae include salmon, trout, char, freshwater whitefish, and graylings. Though I couldn’t be certain, I must have removed the head from the trout and given it to Kero, not realizing that trout can carry SPD.