Nate waits for a rainy day and then burns the brush left over from clearing.
Here is the meadow after clearing. Now you can see the “lay of the land” and how it radically changes the feel and look of a pasture.
Guess that this sign is of little help at this point!
Three blazes on a tree is usually a marker for the corner of a property.
A tree grows up and around a strand of barbed wire.
One of my favorite spots—a small watering hole deep in the woods. A good spot to look for game and tracks in the mud.
Bright green moss in March in the woods.
I once found a rabid raccoon in a similar tree trunk.
Nate’s excavator broke a fourteen-foot hose and had to be replaced.
Welcome to Mud Season!
A wild turkey running at full speed away from me and my camera.
We cleared around the bee house to give it more sun and air.
My favorite birdhouse.
The horse cart used when training our team of workhorses.
A Pileated Woodpecker hard at work. You can hear the pecking sound a long way in the woods.