No. We don't have any snow but it sure looks like it.
We've got so much sawdust that we are using the snow shovel to move it around.
Trying to keep Pup out of it has been fun. I gave her a bath and a haircut on Sunday. Shorter hair helps.
The source of all this sawdust is the new chain on The Mister's chain saw. We went from splitting fools to sawing fools. That's the last of the giant tree that was in my front yard. The very tippy top may have to stay there until next year as it laying in a poison ivy field and I'm not going there. No, no, no.
The 70 degree weather has been wonderful in some ways but in other ways it's made our work harder. We have to dodge all the pretty things. I couldn't believe my eyes yesterday morning when this poor crocus bloomed. It was crushed to smithereens all week as it was in the log rolling path but it seemed none the worse for wear. Crazy.
The front yard is a done deal so it's back to the side yard and the last two trees. Sister's BF is bringing his tractor over so we can haul the log splitter over there. We've got quite the pile of log rounds already.....
.....and still this much tree to cut up. Yikes. It may look like a lot but we are closer to being finished than we were a month ago. It's been a full time job.
The Mister may be in love with his new chain but I am loving my new big brimmed sun hat. Amazon. It's like wearing your own umbrella. I love it.
And for those of you not interested in wood how about some slow progress on the purple Mosi hat? And that wine....ever since the news got scary The Mister and I have been sharing a bottle at dinner. He's had a dry January and February but as things are.....every little tipple helps. Yowza people. What a time to be alive.