Just let me know when you're sick of it.
I suspect we have months in front of us.
She's looking a little shaggy around the edges, but she's getting there. By the end of summer she should be cleaned up and a different color.
I actually intended for you to see that we are going there enough
that the birds give us about 3 minutes to step away from the feeding station
before they descend on the seed.
The minions are working VERY hard. This one cut a HUGE pile of low-hanging branches.
That's just part of it. We were dragging branches to a
central pile for 30 minutes.
There was one bush in there I did not want cut, but... what the hey.
Before we started, the lawn mower guy could not drive back in there!
This little minion dragged and carried and dragged and carried.
She also cut some of the branches, and that's not a sullen look,
she was working VERY hard.
We also made more progress in the planting beds. We still have three that need
a LOT of cleaning... but two are ready to plant, and one is nearly there.
I'm so proud of Paiton and Jax.
Tomorrow (weather willing) we are going to the Kansas City Zoo.
Each one earned 20.00, and they can each get something
from the zoo. I can tell you now that Jax will
save his money, and Paiton will bring home another stuffed animal.
We are going to try to do the zoo in about 3 hours, and then
come home and work a little more in the yard. IF we don't
get a significant amount of rain, my lawn guy will
drive his tractor and brush hog (called Bush Hog, but not here) from his house at 168th and State to 198th
and State, where I will be soon... and cut the
pasture for me. Then we will load the
pile of branches up and drive down to where I used to have a
big brush pile and unload all the branches and
grapevine I have cut. Just the first load of many.