And It Goes On and On and On —- Thursday, December 17, 2020

We are working daily (still)

Three loads of wood a day

Back and forth

Cut, load, stack, cut load, stack

The Pile is Shrinking

It’s starting to look different (this is before)

This is now.  We are more than 1/2 way done

Slow and steady, slow and steady

Your friend on a western Colorado farm,


23 thoughts on “And It Goes On and On and On —- Thursday, December 17, 2020

  1. None of my business, BUT when you figure the cost of gas, tires, wear and tear on the truck not to mention your bodies, maybe having it cut isn’t as expensive as you think.

    Merry Christmas



  2. been havin’ our fire goin’ for a few daze now. cute, how the dawgzencats are in a sort of semi-circle out from the fireplace basking in the … glow? whatever. still: you guise certainly must have one heckuva chainsaw!


  3. Good God – you and Terry have a virtual timber yard.
    I can’t imagine you running out of firewood.
    How many log fires do you need for your home?

    I trust/presume reforrestation of the wood lands is carried out?
    I have noted on World weather that your state is in the minus degrees.
    I shiver at the thought.


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