|Can you spot Roscoe above?|
|These are just the ones he brings along for this wood cutting session.|
This maple wood is destined to be burned in the winter of 2019-20.Above is next winters wood. Some fir.
Some maple we pulled out of our forest last summer.
Our mostly empty wood storage shed, ready to be filled again. On the right side of the photo you can see more stacked maple wood. We had a big wind storm come through a couple of years ago and it knocked down lots of big leaf maple trees. We have been harvesting it ever since.
This is chainsaw man's work station, where he sharpens the chains and works on saws. Most of his saws are Stil's.
He spent yesterday cleaning up these hand tools and putting new handles on some of them. That double bit axe at the top left is an old hand forged one. Looks brand new after he finished with it.As I was walking around taking pictures this morning, I heard a scratchy noise and looked over to see this Douglas squirrel. They like to chew on old antlers. That is a moss covered elk antler he is chewing on that I found in the forest. Squirrels have to keep their teeth filed down because they keep growing same as a beaver's teeth do.
The sun is shining, our hay is liable to be cut any day now. Till next time,