By 6:00 pm when there was no sign of light, I grabbed my flashlight and headed outside, just in time to meet the contractor again. He had come by to make adjustments to the lights, but since none were working, we wandered around in the dark checking all the connections. Finally, I opened the control box, to find a timer that thought it was 3:00 pm. He forgot to reset it when he replaced the control box. As soon as I moved it around to the correct time, the lights came ablaze. It's beautiful!!!
We decided it needs two more up-lights to even out the spacing and light up the dark corner, so those are on order. I don't want to be shooting in the dark!! One of the lights points towards this big tree, giving it a lacy appearance from the street. VERY cool!! I'm really glad I had this work done. It's not only pretty, but makes me feel more comfortable.
Miss Terry had a great idea ... put a non-slip rug underneath to keep it from moving around and protect the table.
Jonathan was having a great time shredding the towel over his house cage and screaming as I went in and out the door. These guys can be pretty destructive, so cages must always be kept escape-proof. They are worse than dogs when it comes to tearing up furniture!! Yeah, just look at that innocent face!!
I hope if I keep looking, I'll run into a smaller cage. One half this size would be sufficient and would fit on a countertop towards the front. It's a load off my mind, that he has a safe place to ride in the rig. Luck might not be on his side the next time he saunters down the aisle. I have to say he has been a lot of company since returning home. He talks to me constantly ... whatcha doing, pretty boy, disco Jonathan, kitty kitty kitty kitty - come on!!! You can't help but talk back ... silly bird!!