Toady, I confess myself to being somewhat south of gruntled. For some days now I have noticed whole blossoms from the 2-varieties cherry tree lying on the lawn and put them down to a small spat up among the boughs by some of the many and various ornithos who grace said tree from time to time.
Today was when the gruntle disappeared
. A wood pigeon was happily perched high up, pecking off the blossoms and eating them with every appearance of deep joy.
Now I like woodies, I really do, but this is sheer abuse. Notwithstanding the fact that the brute, errr, bird, was much too high up for anyone lacking a drone to be able to harvest the fruit, it's still a liberty.
If it comes within scary stick reach of the lower boughs, then ........
. Pigeon and cherry pie sounds good