Last week while spreading fertilizer on the pasture I took a few pics from atop the pasture hill across the holler towards the house and barns.
Think that has anything to do with our age!! :lol: :lol:Jim in NC said:
Soon I hope to post my and Mrs. Jim's woodworking efforts over the so-called winter. I don't know if we measure up to your operation, but we have several winter's worth of wood ready. I sell some during the winter, usually 40 to 50 loads, but I think this year it might have been a dozen. :roll: We still have to put it under the sheds which in my case means to cover the stacks with used roofing tin.missouri massey man said:Great pictures of your place. I noticed you have pretty good pile of winter heat all split and stacked just a waiting on the temp to drop again. Neat to be living on the old family homestead, Jim, I'm sure.
Yessir, like the old saying goes: "You can take the boy off the farm, but you can't take the farm out of the boy".Tha Ulsterscot said:Good looking place Jim, Its great that you appreciate living there. A lot of folk dont care about where they live, but I think most country folk do.