Saturday June 19, 2021 Guerneville CA.
I hadn’t visited Nathan the Hermit for awhile so thought I should drive on up to his place to see if he was still alive.
The Armstrong tree
At the Hermit’s
We talked about his time in Alaska and a bunch of other stuff.
He said the top part means home of the wren in French from a French lady he knows. That’s because he always has some of the little wren birds hopping around his house walls. Troglodytes is the name of the type of wren. And the bottom line is pretty straight forward as that’s where he lives.
We had a good chat and eventually it gets to be time for his nap so I depart.
On the way to my car I checked out his rental house that burned in the recent forest fire. Apparently there is government money to clean this stuff up so they flagged it all and will do the cleanup soon.
He was very fortunate his house didn’t burn in the forest fire.
Back home I had a nap too.
Then I went out and did some old well sediment removal for about a half hour as that’s all I felt like doing today.
In the evening I got out my loppers and cut blackberry vines in the garden area, stopping to take lots of breaks to enjoy the evening.
I also picked a big bowl of raspberries I want to freeze for later.
And once in for the night I decided to order up the quad runner’s front tires as they are both pretty rotten too so I might as well replace them. I had a hard time finding the size but I finally did.
I hope they are easier to do then the back ones. :O)