There are enough trees on our property to provide kindling and firewood for a long, long time, even after we've cleared adequate pasture for Ms. Melman, Nugget & the goats.
With the clearing of pasture comes the unfortunate destruction of trees. But it also gives us a lot of potential firewood. I say potential, because not all of it makes it to the wood pile. There is just not enough time (and Paul's energy) to take advantage of all that wood. I know it drives Paul crazy to set a big pile of brush aflame when there is still fuel suitable for heating our home, but we'll never get the pasture cleared if we pick every single log out of the pile.
So up it goes:
|One of the many burn piles set aflame this year.|
So we can all keep toasty warm in the winter:
|You smell something cook'n?|