Ablaze with Industry—-Sunday, February 25, 2018

We have been experiencing  wind; lots of wind…picking things up and flinging them here, there, and everywhere…even trapping a weed on the guy wire of the electric pole. 🙂

The winter birds and the spring birds are swarming the feeders…we have gone from late fall weather all winter…to suddenly January weather complete with very cold temperatures. 

With all that in mind, Terry decided we would purchase wood for our fires next winter.

So as the air throbs and breathes cold and frost through the last week of February we will cut, stack and store next year’s fire wood.

Spring work starts in 8 days!

Some farmers have already started!

No matter what happens…spring work begins next week! 🙂

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,



29 thoughts on “Ablaze with Industry—-Sunday, February 25, 2018

  1. You’re right about the industry… you never cease to awe me with your unremitting labours on the land…I wonder how many city folk have any idea of your day in day out labours, every day of the week… with tasks that cannot wait, and everything dependent on the weather..

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  2. Hi there, I’m glad meet another rural Colorado blogger! The wind the past few weeks has been absolutely atrocious! Hopefully it’s gonna blow in some decent winter weather though. I thought we got an early start on wood cutting (we usually start as soon as they open the forest service roads) but you have us beat by a long shot! Nice pile of logs!

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