Good Morning! Hi Mark! I'm glad to hear you're enjoying seeing the progress on the Bermshed. There was a decent amount of deconstruction we had to do, because some of the old posts were rotten and had to be replaced.
This is a morning video I took, and it's pretty dark around half past six i the morning.
These are instructions for the laundry and dryer at the Fisher Price House at Basecamp. The dryer is rarely used, because even during Autumn, Winter, and bad weather, clothes can be dried inside on drying racks.
I forgot to take a picture of the baked apples Jocelyn made last night for Tiki Tuesday, so I don't think this picture of the leftover baked apples in the fridge does them justice.
I thought the morning was quite nice today; I felt that it was the kinda cold that makes fog particularly shiny, like ice crystals were in the fog making it reflective and glittery!
We did some Shop cleaning and organizing this morning.
Josiah, Austin, and Ron spent today on the Bermshed.
I started and finished peeling another big tree all by myself! It took me the rest of the day! Now, I can submit my BB for peeling 2 logs!
Here's a look at the area where I peeled this log! I think it's pretty around here!
A lot of the landscape has been damaged by fire.
This is how pitchy the floor scraper I was using got while peeling this tree, and this is an antler I found on the ground.
I made another attempt at making bread BB, and I think this was better than my last attempt. I actually got slices from this bread. I still made the bread vegan and gluten-free so that everyone here could eat some of it.
My mom decided to visit me, and I went on a hike with her at Basecamp. And I showed her around Wheaton Labs. I chose not to include photos of my mom in this thread, because I mostly wanted to keep her visit special and as a private occasion. The photos I included here are only from during the hike. I did not take photos while we were touring the Lab.
I fed Gert and the kittens this afternoon, too, and Gert was busy caring for her babies!
Tonight, Josiah did some wonderful cooking for us all! He made baked quince!
Good morning! I put away some dishes this morning.
The cats came out when I fed them!
I did a little knitting this morning.
I spent a nice time today with my mom in Missoula. We went to The Hob Knob, did a little thrift shopping, and visited The Good Food Store. We arrived back in time so that I could feed the cats this evening. I enjoyed hanging out with my mom and seeing her again.
I went on a hike this evening and saw wild turkeys at Basecamp.
I saw this mushroom or mold growing on Fred's plot that I thought was interesting!
I think that is sometimes called a false morel; My mother cald them beatf steak mushrooms. They usualy come up in coniferous needle duff in the fall sometimes in the spring. My mother liked to fry them with meat to get the exchange of flavors that made both tast better.