The temps were perfect, not too hot, and plenty of sunshine. Under that portable pile of brush behind my ATV is a well loaded trailer. Once the driveway was widened, all the waste was hauled to the back side of the property, and piled to dry into next years kindling.
The best way to start a bonfire is with dried brush loaded with lots of crispy pine needles.
Speaking of bonfires, the warm sunshine was all that was needed to bring out the need for a little pine smoke to make the morning perfect. The cushions and umbrella came out, as did the two dogs, and everyone enjoyed the snap crackle of a fire while we sat around and took life easy.
Shortly I thought about opening the awning on the motorhome to let moisture from the winter snow dry.
I took the plastic tarps off the wheels, so now the motorhome looks pretty much ready to roll. I still have one good sized project to take care of. The original owner installed or had installed an
I plan on installing my own fuse panel for accessories, and do away with the sloppy wiring that is now my biggest concern under the dash.
My most important job this weekend was pruning the trees. I surprised myself by getting more done,