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Made y'all a couple videos of the game cams' findings. Cute elk booty!





Have a great weekend, y'all!
 
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Rio Rose wrote:Jen
Do you know what the small bumpy-leaved plant coming up amongst the purple flowers that you posted are? Looks sort of like nettle, but not.


Gill Over the Ground maybe?
 
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#51

Went out to my plot and started chopping and dropping, planting, and doing some bioengineering bundles to hold back some hillside.

 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:I'm not familiar with that wofati! ....Is that wofati 10x10??



Nope, it's Evan's house on plot 2.
 
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Nicole Alderman wrote:Oh, nice! It's good to see it's being taken care of!



Yup! It's in good shape inside. We're building a roundwood bedframe for it, going to put in a RMH bench etc., then start working on shelving and such. On the outside, I'm trying to get it prepped for planting asap since we've only been coming out on the weekends. Some things are starting to grow, but some of the hillsides look like they've been bare for way too long, so I'm going to try to get stuff to grow on them to keep them from eroding. I wish I had more tools for some of this, but it is what it is.
 
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#52

Spent this morning cleaning and watering the house plants. Removed the stuff that's been sitting on the dehydrator screens over the dining table and put those dry things away. Then sorted through my seeds and began creating a spreadsheet so I could have a list to look back on later. It'll also help me track when things get planted.

Chris finished another gate out at the Abbey last week, so those beautiful pics are down below. Also included the first one he did for the Ant Village gate at the Abbey.

While I was cleaning this morning, I found a bird swaddled in a towel on the mass. Jen told me Vish had caught it and she was hoping it would recover and live another day. I think it had taken too much damage - its wing had blood near the elbow joint (carpometacarpus), its leg seemed tender, and fear had probably set too deep. It didn't end up making it another day. I laid it to rest next to the transplanted apricot and wished it well on its next journey. 💙
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The gate for the Tipi at Allerton Abbey begins construction
The gate for the Tipi at Allerton Abbey begins construction
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Tada!
Tada!
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First gate for the Abbey
First gate for the Abbey
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Latch
Latch
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Feed my apricot, little blue bird.
Feed my apricot, little blue bird.
 
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