This was a good trip getting a lot done without killing ourselves. The new siding was completed and the fireplace serviced as well as the heater. Someone had stolen Fergies battery and the cable from both tractors. Went to Becky’s … Continue reading
This was a short work session of only three days so we concentrated on getting the yard in good shape to begin the summer.
On Friday the 1st a plan developed to have everyone out for a July 4th hamburger and hot dog event on Sunday the 3rd. Todd and family had flown in from Colorado Springs to spend the week with Becky and … Continue reading
Combine and heads have been taken by David Wayne Presley. Note in panoramic photo below the heads and combine (was inside the barn) are gone. The tank at the barn was moved there from the garden fence where it has … Continue reading
Arrived on December 26 and all is well although the combine is still here.
Crain’s Landscaping and Tree service cut the west half of the pecan tree hanging over the grain and took down the top of the main branch trunk hanging over the house. Both were rotten or empty inside. Piled some of … Continue reading
Enjoyed the Christmas season along with the rain, cold weather and warm fires in the fire place. Got a lot of small things done inside and one BIG thing – raising the barn at the rotten pole and the one … Continue reading
Peggy reported that: “The Driskells have cleared some land behind the fence on our property (yours and mine). they had a large back hoe out there last week and dug up the pond area in the back. It looks good … Continue reading
Took off Wednesday the 13th through Friday. Cold Wednesday and Thursday with fire in fire place. Then turning warm, drizzle/rain on Friday, Saturday and Sunday morning. Had a few seedlings and very few stewart pecans. replaced spigot to fields at … Continue reading
Advice From An Old Farmer: Your fences need to be horse-high, pig-tight and bull-strong. Keep skunks and bankers at a distance. Life is simpler when you plow around the stump. A bumble bee is considerably faster than a John Deere … Continue reading