We headed out for another great warm March weekend on the ranch, close to 80 degrees with record temps throughout Northern Arizona. Not too many big projects, just more cleanup and some smaller projects to ease our year to come.
Of course, same cast of characters on this weekend journey.
A couple of items we wanted to do this weekend was first and foremost, re-locate our outdoor loo to secure the structure and give any ‘visitors’ some more privacy. We think we made a great move. We also got four 4′ pieces of rebar and some bright orange 11″ stakes to secure the tent itself.
Another thing was to seal our new picnic table and clean up the tree cutting from last weekend. All done, check and check. I am starting to build up some good firewood, the brighter wood is Juniper pine and the other darker wood is cedar that was already cut down, but now trimmed into smaller logs for burning. NOTE: cedar really takes a toll on chainsaw sharpness. ha.
Note the pink box for donuts to go in the morning….mmmmmmmmm
He was a good 4ft in length. Coincidentally, we saw the same type of snake, and the same size, just earlier in the week on one of our walks through a local park here. Incredible.
Unfortunately, due to traveling for work, it will be three weeks until we go again, with a couple more smaller projects in mind before we start the rain water collecting project! Very exciting. Plus, weather sites put the temps at night to the low 20’s next week….no thanks!