Bones Left By Previous Residents Freak Out St George Homeowner
As my wife and I were getting our property set up for the arrival of her horses, we noticed these bones laying on the ground near what was to be the pasture area. Perhaps I watch too much Dateline but that looks like a hip bone to me. Wait. That looks like a few hip bones as I look closer. What were these people doing here?
As it turns out, I think the previous home owners had a buddy at a butcher shop and he'd keep big bones for their dog. But while we've all unearthed a few odd things in the backyard or found strange stuff in the walls when doing a DIY rehab project, the bones caught my eye.
This is the 6th or 7th home we've owned but inside this house, there was another little something I had not seen before. The toilet has what appears to be a garden hose coming out from under it. They can't be watering plants with that in here. The hose isn't long enough. Again, it goes back to the previous home-owner. We're told they had elderly relatives living with them and I guess having a garden hose handy is somehow helpful.
I've stayed in hotels that had a "paperless toilet option". Like you, I had to try it. The one provided in the hotel came with a remote control. (Remotes are "dude candy". We have to try it). The elaborate hotel bathroom unit had 3 or 4 settings for the power of the water jets along with the ability to be re-directed to different areas of the private property. Even a little blow-dryer to finish up.
Bidets are popular all over Europe but us Americans still look at them skeptically and somehow sprout a southern accent in our head as we ask, "What the heck is that?" Probably why our European friends think we're savages. Wait 'til they see my bone collection.