a tale of tails, tenacity, and tedium, as told by me, usually barefoot and bellowing

Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Another Tiny Job

Fence Row over grown
Plants removed some used elsewhere
Lil approves the new look
And the pile burns!

18 comments:

Terri Buster said...

Good job! Do you hire out? I've got a 100 foot fence in my front yard that needs to be torn down. I'll even supply the wire cutters!

Sandra said...

I like that last shot, i was thinking sun shining through fog, then i read it is smoke and now i REALLY love it

Saucy Kodz said...

That's a really neat shot with the sun filtering down through the smoke of your burning pile of debris. When I first looked at the photo, I thought land fog or morning mist and then scrolled down to "and the pile burns". Yes, Lil is approving the new look and I know you would remove and use some of those plants elsewhere. Sun is trying to pop out today and has just again been consumed by large cloud moving quickly through. Have a great day and hello to your family :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

That last shot is wicked!

Farm Girl said...

It looks so nice and clean. How nice to be able to burn brush.

TexWisGirl said...

glad you can burn. we're still under burn bans, here (and i'm grateful!)

Brian Miller said...

that burning is def fall for me...we burned our pile on saturday....

Sandee said...

There aren't really any small jobs on a farm. They are all pretty big as I remember.

Have a terrific day. ☺

Linda Wildenstein said...

I don't think any of the jobs you tackle are small. They are all intricate to what you need, envision or have to have. Thems biggun's.
Looks great and I can almost smell that burn pile.
Oma Linda

Pat said...

Good thing you retired to do all this manual labor! The place is looking GOOD!

Sandy said...

Gail,

Talk about a lot of work, girl you've been busy.

The burning of the pile actually looks like fog you would see from a horror movie. How neat!

Nancy said...

Can you come over and do mine now? I'm washing mini blinds today. Worst job ever!

Susan Kane said...

Grape vines are very aggressive! We wrestled with wild grapes vines; they produced no grapes, but covered the fences anyway.

McGuffy Ann said...

It is definitely that time of year! Raking, cleaning up, burning. The seasons turn one into another.

LindaG said...

Hope you remembered your marshmallows!

The fence looks great, Gail. :-)

Dip-Dip and the Bridge said...

That looks nice and neat. Why do dogs always feel they have to supervise us :)
Lynne

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Gail..we get a flippin' ticket if we try to burn anything here...
I MISS the country!!

DesertHen said...

Our county just lifted the burn ban that was in place since June. Now fall clean up and burning can take place. Your spot shaped up nicely!

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