OK, how did she get in that fence? Our local wildlife seem quite adept at getting into the dogs’ yard. There always seems to be this one big old fat bunny rabbit that gets in there. When the dogs go out, it looks like she just runs through the fence. Except for one time when she (or he) got trapped in a corner when the dogs went out. It took it three attempts but it finally jumped over the three foot fence. I would have thought that impossible.
After closer inspection of where the rabbit seemed run through the fence, I found a spot in the fence where it had been stretched apart some. Not enough for the dogs to get through, but just enough for the rabbit. The departed pig probably made that defect in the fence, along with a lot of other ones.
OK, back to the turtle. Here is picture of her:
I picked her up and put her on the outside of the fence. Looked later, and she was gone. They seem to travel a long way from the ponds. I have seen snapping turtles a long way from water. Guess they like to travel, too. And they are the original RVers; they have their house on their back.
Got to run, it seems that my customer’s customer liked my approval drawing. That means I have to go ahead and do the fabrication drawings.
You all have a good day now, you hear?