What's New - Mar 7
Spring has sprung here and we are finally getting to finish the clean up from last year's storms.
Due to some of the size of the trees uprooted, our path layout and patio area will need to be changed, fortunately, this is a labor of love.
I will keep you updated on our progress through "All My Flowers"
I've also been doing a lot of research on ground burning. It's an important part of forestry management and it is so much fun to do.
I have been burning all week. I will still be burning next week. Actually, with the number of leaves on the property right now, I may be burning for eternity (bwahaha).
I have also gotten to "try something again" and realized that it pays to give things a second shot (unless it is swiss chard), I wrote about my rediscovery in "Finding Flannery".
Despite the fair weather outside, I did get two books reviewed, The Giver, a dystopian look at a world with no real emotions and Winter Cottage, a tale of discovering old secrets.
I also worked a bit on everydaypatriot.com, completing a biography on US Army Sergeant Tommy Angelo Blue who deployed during Operation Desert Storm/Desert Shield and had a heart attack while deployed.
Tomorrow we spring forward and with more daylight, there will be more to do, more to research, more to discover.
I look forward to the activity.