Mud season hauling
For some reason, we
always want to haul a lot of heavy things in and out in February,
despite this being the time when the
floodplain is muddiest.
In previous years, we've stressed over the transportation issue, but
we've gotten a bit more creative this year.
All of this means more
time for me to do the things I love most --- like raking leaves out of
the woods and kill-mulching spots for new berries. Mark talked me
into going a little overboard with our perennial order this year, and I
felt confident enough that we'd have time to dote on the new berries
that I went ahead and ordered red currants, honeyberries, mulberries,
and a Siberian pea shrub. With berry bushes on their way and a
cat in my lap, this is very blissful time of year.
Our chicken waterer has been enjoyed by chickens world-wide.
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