Wednesday December 26, 2018 Guerneville CA.
Sun was out nice
The sun was still behind the redwood trees when I went outside this morning. I was going to work on my Toyota’s brakes but it was too cold and damp in the carport where the Toyota was parked so I needed to do something else for awhile until the sun came out and warmed things up a bit.
More roof on the pens
During the rain the other day I realized I needed to put some more roof on the chicken pen as it’s just getting too muddy in the pen when it rains and I’m tracking all the mud in the house as I’m in and out all day.
Suns cleared the redwoods
I was doing ok on the brake bleeding but soon messed up by letting the brake fluid get too low in the master cylinder and getting air in the lines which meant I would have to start over on the bleeding which also meant I’d likely not have enough brake fluid to complete the job now.
Out of fluid
I did what I could bleeding the brakes until I ran out of fluid before I got them all bled so I had to stop on that but I was at least happy to get that far on the brakes.
Cutting the pile down
After a break or two I got the chainsaw out and cut into this pile of wood some more to collapse it so I can plant some stuff in it this year. I think it’s about as down as I can get it now so it’ll have to work as it is.
Replanting Daffodil bulbs
I dug up the bulbs and planted some milo seeds in there which I hope will grow eventually when spring gets here.
Should look good here
Spring is on the way
Roosters do what roosters do
I let the chickens out to graze and noticed these two roosters facing off. The one on the right challenged the one on the left which is Carmelo the rooster I’m planning to keep. Carmelo stood his ground but eventually turned and walked off.
Done for the day
As it started to get dark the chickens all came back in to their roost so I shut them up for the night and it was time for me to go in for the day.
Nice day with the sun out and all, almost like summer.