Glad we aren't the first settlers on the land - just clearing the pond path is challenging. The pond itself is pretty full at the moment - very pretty.
Big T felled a tree and I chopped down prickly locusts on the path. We only worked for about an hour but I suspect we'll both feel it tomorrow. Big T has gone out to chop wood now and when he comes in I'll go turn over more veggie garden beds. The work really does never end.
Saturday, October 25, 2008
I think the labels are pretty self evident
but they are tougher to read then I thought
the path is one of our favourite walks, the light blue splash is the soon to be agility field, the blue is the pond,the yellow dots are all great spots to camp!
call it my quest to compartmentalize my life
call it my quest to record the start of another new adventure our life
call it what you will but I think 107 acres in Prince Edward County deserves a blog all it's own
I don't actually think it will simplify life much in many ways - but it's a laudable goal - dontcha think?
at the moment the "family" consists of Big T and Me .. dogs (Sally, Hank, Brody, Thea and the going nowhere fast Fitz) cats (Dumont and Kali (not long with us now I fear), Nando (at 18 also perhaps not here too long) Julia and Flopsy) rabbits (Pongo and Buddy) and the parrots (Sully, Pickles, Olive, Nestor, and the littles)
big family - maybe we do need all the land ;)