Ducks poop a lot.
By the time we got from the bird place to the farm, the kennel was a mess. We were pushed for time and sat the filthy kennel down by the barn with the notion of cleaning it out next time we were out for a visit. Yeah... never happened.
With the coming arrival of our new puppy, we picked up a brand spanking new kennel. I also retrieved the old, duck-poopy one from my folks house and finally cleaned it out. Years of exposure to the elements had taken their toll and it looked really bad even after I cleaned it up. I figured a quick coat of paint might make it presentable enough for use as a transport kennel in the back of the Truck when we go on longer trips like camping weekends.
One thing led to another, and the plan for a simple coat of paint morphed itself into this:
It's Tactical. It's a kennel. It's a Tactikennel!
I tiger striped it in sort of woodland colors, because quite frankly the desert digital camo so in vogue with the kids these days I just don't get. North Texas, while hot and dry beyond the point of reasonableness, is not a desert. To each his own, of course, but I just don't dig digital camo in general.
Woodland digital is OK, and I like multicam (except for the price), but I've always preferred the old school woodland camo or tiger stripe woodland for aesthetic and practical reasons.