Friday October 28, 2022 Guerneville CA.
My credit card got locked out when I was on the trip as if it doesn’t work twice they lock me out. A phone call is needed but where I was at the time there was no cell phone service so I just left it like that until I got home and rested up. So today I needed to get the card fixed up so I decided to just go down to the bank as I had some other questions about using the debit card.
The guy fixed me up and answered my questions.
I also got an email today that my power bill of 1.47 did not get paid because it was on that card. I’d thought I put it on a bank account about six mouths ago so I called to get that fixed up with the power company. The bill was real low because I was out tripping and I also got a clean air credit.
That taken care of I went out in the yard and took it easy warming up in the sun.
I needed to move some woodchips to several places around the yard so I got my dump truck and loader and loaded up some woodchips.
Woodchips are mulch so I started moving some to the mulberry tree and got this far and hoped to get it all by dark, this evening.
I put some fresh mulch in this chicken pen. It helps keep the pen clean and absorbs a lot of nutrients from the chickens.
And I put some chips in the chicken’s mulch pen.
I did a lot of chair hopping around the yard, just taking it easy and enjoying the day.
I put some water on this mulch to help break down the woodchips and also water the avocado tree on the right.
I was getting hungry so I went to the chicken pen and grabbed six of these eggs and cooked them up for lunch.
Just before dark I hauled some more chips to the mulberry tree and that was done.
I decided to put the water on the chips to help break them down faster.
And I sat around and chair hopped while the sun went down behind the hills to my west.
What a marvelous day.
I like the memories of gathering eggs too although mostly when we were on our farm, I was too young to do it on my own. Avocado tree! Lucky guy!
P.S. I forgot to list EGGS.
I hope you know you live a rich life. Avocados, chickens, raspberries (though I prefer your scorned blackberries) , ample wood chips, and a power bill that most people have never even heard of.
When I was a kid on the ranch, one of my jobs was to gather the eggs. It was always a fun treasure hunt.