At this time of the year, trees are felled, cut into rounds, then split, dried, and stacked away in the shed for the next year’s fires. This is the way it should be done, all in good time, not rushed in a single day!!!
Today, Hugh took one almighty shortcut, saving many hours of the work involved.
The tree is in the shed. do you see that BLUE air above? It fell the wrong way, Hugh ran to safety, we all heard the loudest crash, and suddenly, the wood is in the shed, the roof is demolished, as well as part of the back wall.
There is a huge mess to clean up, some building repairs, and plenty of firewood.
Spring flowers continue to bloom with bright colours, sending hearty cheer to those in the far north.
A red poppy, pink day lily, dark red Alstromeria, and a very tall foxglove, which is over 3 metres ( at least 10 feet) tall.
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ True friends walk with us in sunshine,
and in the shadows of the tall trees”
Greetings from Jean