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

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Let 'Er Burn!

Hubby couldn't stand it.
He had to strike the match.
I cleared some more
and more.
Hubby had a great idea.
Far easier than carrying it to the pile.
Stoking the fire was easier too.
I just couldn't cut fast enough.
The next project waits.

14 comments:

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

It's a primal instinct - must burn something!

Saucy Kodz said...

You know they have no patience when they see a large burn pile and then happy to oblige with feeding, carrying and fueling - boy, that does clear it fast, eh. Yah, I see that big pile ready to burn in behind the tree - pretty photo by the way. Have a lovely day - hugz to Marcy n all.

Sandra said...

LOVE that FIRE!!!! and the front end loader looks like a firey dragon with smoke coming out of it's mouth

TexWisGirl said...

we're still under a burn ban here.

Lynne said...

And the beat goes on . . . I think everyone is enjoying this cleanup project!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

That was a good idea by your hubby!

Eddie Bluelights said...

Great to have a fire sometimes - gets rid of a lot of rubbish. Great to have a tractor/digger - can I borrow it? In in the UK? . . . lol
cheers :) Eddie

Sandy said...

Very productive!!! FIRE .........
Reminds me of that good old song :-)

Terri @ Backward B Ranch said...

Well, you had a good run of nice weather, but yesterday the heat came back like someone opened a oven door. Sheesh! I was loving that cooler air, too! Your place is really looking good.

A Quiet Corner said...

LOL! Sounds like the Pres...always gets a motor running to get the job done...after, I've cut, dragged, etc....:)JP

Teresa Powell Coltrin said...

I wish I had a husband to burn things. Wait. I need to rethink that statement.

Farm Girl said...

What an awesome way to do work. How nice to be able to burn when you want. You are so very lucky to have the freedom to do that. Have a lovely week.

Far Side of Fifty said...

Looking good! Hope you took the time to make some smores:)

Susan Anderson said...

I always knew farmers were pyromaniacs.

;)

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