Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Branch manager

We finally had the right conditions to do our annual spring bonfire—meaning not too windy. We had a rough winter so there were lots more tree branches to gather and burn than usual, including a cedar tree snapped in half from the weight of the snow, plus the usual spring pruning, which always generates some good kindling. I saved some—sorted by size and neatly stacked—to burn throughout the summer when we use our outside firepit. Shown are privet branches, Plane tree branches, stray branches, and small cedar tree logs.

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