the electric company came by and cut down one of our two house shade trees. you might recall that it was hit by lightning several weeks ago.
they still must return with a larger saw to cut it down the rest of the way. it looks like the leaning tower of pisa. they left a huge bramble of branches and leaves.
i worked up some of the front to clear the driveway.
i estimate that i have roughly half of it cut up and probably a quarter of it split and stacked.
i'll stack this wood along the fence line by the road. the photo below shows how we had wood stacked a few years ago and it made a nice privacy fence and sound buffer.
we moved one of our garden fences. henry's boundary moved too. he's still getting used to it.
we also exposed the last two round bales for the cows. i'll keep them in the upper paddock until these bales are gone. they really like mikes new millet hay. but we need to use this up.
we have been working long hard hours all weekend. tristan helps quite a bit.
we tore down most of the remaining tomato trellises.
the turnips seem to be doing nicely in the background.
we also surrounded the barn with a corral with a direct access pass through.
henry respects this boundary so far. the green gate was moved so we could close off the lower paddock separately from the barn corral.
here the barn is completely exposed so we can start working on it in earnest.
it is a neat place for the kids to play.
i also made a pallet pass through. ron should like this one. the bend is too sharp for the cows to pass through but henry passes through easily even at a full-run.
it is our version of agility training.
kassi stepped on a rusty nail while bare footed. her tetanus shots are current but we'll still take her for a booster monday or tuesday.
the pigs are really starting to tear up the their paddock. the tree roots are very exposed. good pigs.