Working

10 Sep

We’ve been busy working this weekend.  Thankfully, we’ve had beautiful weather today.

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We picked up a bunch of junk. There’s a couple more piles of scrap metal that will get recycled and concrete to go on the rock pile.  You can see the corn pool in the background.  We moved it, so we could mow before putting it back and filling it with corn.

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My nephew brought the bush hog out to mow the tall grass.  That’s kind of a necessity before letting my dad in with his lawn mower.  There are some places I’ll try to do with the push mower or a weed eater.  Lots of places with too much junk and concrete yet to really mow.

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My other nephew did some dirt work with the backhoe.  That included tearing out some foundation.  He will come and get rid of the concrete and even out the dirt.  It already looks better than before he started.

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We’re working hard to clean this part up this year.  It’s kind of a never-ending process to clean and make improvements.

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This is where the pumpkins will be this year, since I have to buy them.  Tomorrow will be another day of cleaning and prepping up there.  Hopefully, the weather will cooperate and let us have a bonfire for all the limbs and stumps we’ve been moving.

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3 Responses to “Working”

  1. Jeanne September 10, 2016 at 11:00 pm #

    That looks like a lot of work! I wish you good luck getting it done! You do have a good start.

  2. Margaret Adamson September 11, 2016 at 3:53 am #

    Always good to get rid oof junk and the place does look better now.

  3. pattisj September 20, 2016 at 9:45 pm #

    Good to have family and equipment at hand; you’re making lots of progress.

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