Thursday August 30, 2018 Jenner CA.
A paddle at Jenner this morning
The fog was waffling around the river as I put my boat in at Jenner this morning, but at least the wind was down.
Headed for muskrat
I was sitting in some debrie when this little bird landed and sat with me for a bit. It looks like there is some kind of bug on it’s lower breast. This bird was three or four inches high and was still sitting there when I paddled away.
Fishing brown pelicans
I pulled into the boat ramp and put my boat on the car and went on home.
Mulching the hard dirt
After a nap I went outside to do some digging, digging up the dirt in this pen and another one that I’m mixing some wood chips into. The dirt below the woodchip pile is rather hard so I’m mixing stuff into it to soften it up a bit. Makes it easier to pull weeds.
I’ll move more mulch into the garden and keep working on making the soil better.
I checked on the plums and prunes I’m drying in the old truck trailer. Some are starting to dry but we could use some nice hot sun to help them along.
Runt passed on
The runt chicken that wasn’t doing well died last night. It could barely stand up yesterday so it wasn’t a surprise. I buried it under a blueberry bush so it wasn’t wasted.
That was it for me today for a nice one.