In-sights into moving from an Acreage back to Town, plus a few things I find of interest.
Two things that horses are scared about:
1. Things that move
2. Things that don't move
October 4, 2011
Extended Pasture Completed!
The last bit of the new horse area has now been cleared, and harrowed and leveled, all ready for spring seeding. I still have one large stump to remove (ughh). The long pole was used to lift the quad when I high pointed it on a stump. Love those long levers! It looks level, but there is quite a grade and a few valleys that don't show up in the photos very well.
#1 burn pile is ready to go! It also is in a 6 foot ravine.
This is some of the wood that I snaked out with the quad and trailer. If we had room, I would be tempted to put in a wood burning fireplace. That is a BAD thought. My longer term memory is still reminding me just how much work that is. In the meantime, free fire wood, where is, as is.
Burn pile #2 is also in a gully. Hopefully, it will dry enough to light off this winter. I need about 6 inches of snow on the ground before any burning is done. That is my personal limit as far as fire spreading goes.
Unfortunately, there are still lots of stumps to cut off and/or dig out. The key thing is to get the sharp points off before the horses get in there. One more day should completely finish the project! I guess the next step is to put the lawn mower away, bring out the snow blower and prepare for winter.