Dave Burton wrote:Something I did today, as a gardening and homesteading project in Longview, WA, was maintaining a couple trails on the property.
Since plums are expected to be ripe around the end of June, it is important that access to the plum trees is navigable. So, I used an electric weed-whacker to chop down the stuff growing on the trails.
And these are some of the plums that I'm looking forward to harvesting! (or at least, I'm fairly certain I identified them correctly?)
Travis Johnson wrote:I have always felt that access was hugely important upon a homestead as well. If a person cannot easily get somewhere, then it just will not be accessed and thus cannot be enjoyed for a variety of reasons.
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