Got the parts of the lawn that were out of control mowed so now it at least looks somewhat even. Stupid chainsaw float got gummed up and stuck open so now I gotta tear into that. Tractor needs oil change and check of hydraulic fluid.
Not quite ready for yard work here. Nice bit of rain last night and today though, roads should be nice and clear for riding soon. Rest of the week looks chilly. I gotta get the KLR reg'd this week so I can take that for a spin first nice days we get.
We pretty much went from running the heater one day to turning on the a/c the next. I'm still hoping we will have some nice cool spring days before it gets hot and muggy, but so far it's not looking good.
Used to happen on another forum I was a member at. Mods would lock the thread at ~10k posts and start a new one. At the time there were A LOT of members and some crazy post whores, a thread would get to 10k in about a month IIRC.
Even with the whole wfh thing, it seems that the vast majority of the honey-do list remains to be dealt with on Saturday and Sunday.
About 8 years ago, I recycled a bunch of random cinder blocks laying around on the property and built some very crude raised garden beds out of them. As soon as...
Did some BBQ Saturday
Inch thick pork chops, New York strip steaks, eye rounds.... All coated in a dry rub, then smoked with apple wood for about three hours @ 300F. Finished with a glaze of local honey. Sorry, I have been getting a bit slack with the photos. The after shots are just of the...
This is just now starting to affect my work.... As a test and evaluation organization we have things come to us, or we go to them. Travel restrictions will affect what we can do.
I was out yesterday getting our taxes done. Traffic is lighter. Local price for gas is $1.99/gal.