You know it. A day after I took the snow plow off I had to put it back on. We got six inches of snow here and I wanted to get it off the road. Trying to keep the road dry will be a bit of a preoccupation for the next little while. Yesterday started off a bit colder. the road covered with snow diamonds. I told myself to enjoy it as I might not get to see it for a few more months. Well let's say November if were lucky. Time to get a crop in if I get my but in gear. Should be a lot easier this year as we have the retired garden set up. I want to do some more work on the irrigation lines feeding the distribution panel. They have developed a leak about six feet down. memo to self: Always use two very well tightened pipe clamps when burying 1 inch poly hose six feet down.
I took a run to the dump yesterday. Wasn't a whole lot to take. We burn what we can, compost everything that is compostable, wash and flatten tin cans so a whole winters worth of garbage doesn't amount to more than the very end of the trailer.
With four cats around the joint their ensuing nuggets can pile up. Not quite sure what to do with it. Basically I am going to bury it in the ground or the above ground compost that I turn with the skidsteer. Any ideas?