Monday, January 8, 2018

Firewood and Hillbillies

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Saturday, braving the 33-35 degree high temps, my buddy Brian and I did a little firewood cutting and splitting. This'll be heavy on pics and short on story, since we just went down and cut wood, made lunch over a fire and I annoyed Brian with my banjolele a bunch. I'll add one thing more, you know you're working hard when you are down to a jeans and a tee shirt and still sweating, with temps hovering just above freezing. Splitting red oak isn't easy.

We saw a pileated woodpecker and dozens of bluebirds.

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

Cutting Firewood in Cape Fair, Missouri

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