|Our logging road.|
|The slope upon which Mooshum and I were working.|
On our walk today we found two more piles of logs. I hope I can get to them with the tractor. At the very least I should be able to winch them closer, even if I can't quite get in there. We'll figure it out because I can't stand to see them lay in waste.
|Approximately 18 beech logs.|
|Laur points to beech and ash logs.|
|"Do not molest"|
|"Private" as in, this is my private garbage.|
|Poor old bug, no engine, no seats, no love.|
|"Remove no part" was painted ALL OVER this old Ford!|
|I was hoping to get a photo serial number from the bug, but instead I got a "blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaarg!"|
|Laura, the shed (and woodshed) and one of the logs I'd brought down. The wood shed roof is ready for paper, the remaining drip edge and shingles.|
|All of the softwood on the right side of the shed was cut from the log in the foreground, above photo - that's almost a half cord from that log alone!|
There are about eight 50' long hardwood logs at the top of the logging road (the remainder are considerably shorter) and I cut them into manageable lengths, drag them down and split as much as I can tomorrow.
All in all, an adventurous and productive day.