Once home, with our meat birds tucked in the refrigerator to rest for two days before freezing, I worked with Josh around the farm as Vick painted a seal coat on the Bilco door’s cement blocks we replaced a few weeks ago. Today I will finish clean-up around the doors, removing old block, wood and some cardboard boxes, etc.
Maybe after that, we can install the little steel cable and hook on the new barn light which will support it when the snows come and pile on top of the light. That will only take a few minutes…with the ladder placement taking the longest.
We have a tarp barrier to hang at the tractor shed, where the wood pellets are stored too, so perhaps we can investigate how we will hang that in a manner which will prevent wind damage to the barrier, yet allow us access to the pellets. I believe an inside barrier will be needed also or the snows will swirl around inside the building and accumulate on the pellet bags.
Oh well…regardless of what we will do today, enjoying the harvest season’s sights and smells will only sweeten the pot.
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