Another early morning drive to Saint Marys from State College today. Was not looking forward to Farm work today as they were calling for some light snow, cooler temps and fairly strong winds. I can say “they were calling” as I work at AccuWeather and I know who “they” are 😉
Upon arriving most mornings at the Farm, I can figure I have at least one “to-do’s” from Mom and Dad which I truly am happy to do for them. Pretty much the least I can do for being stellar parents 😉
Today’s task was pretty simple, but also came with some great results. Mom picked up some remote/battery operated
Once the inside tasks were done, out to the lovely weather I went.
With the trailer back in the small yard, I could run the electric up from the barn and finish installing the new support bases for the scaffold. At the end of last
This time ’round, I accepted the help of my brother Mike and my Dad to get this thing reassembled. Somehow the last few years I’ve been able to do that on my own (NOT SAFE) and as I’m not getting any younger, thought it prudent. Additionally, we also will not be taking it down at the end of each season.
We are blessed to have a series of roads that criss-cross the boundaries of the fields. These include the Sportsmans Trail, which was the old Keystone Camp road…and the OLD OLD Keystone Camp Road that is
We’re in that time of year when we need to get it to string the coir for the new season. Due to extremely wet conditions last Fall, we couldn’t safely g
All in all, it was a productive day. Weather held off and looks like next time I’m up, I’ll be able to get at least the small yard crowned, restrung and ready to go.