A Little Down Time

 While I was in South Georgia for a book signing, I spent a few days on my brothers farm. 







I quickly became big buddy's with their newest addition to their array of animals.

 


They had a tornado set down in the middle of their farm a couple months back and were still working on the cleanup. So we worked on cutting down "widowmaker" broken tree limbs hanging in precarious manner along their driveway and around their house and pastures. I lucked out on day one getting to operate the tractor while he stood on a pallet cutting libs with a limb saw. I question sometimes how much he trust me 😂


I lucked out on day one getting to operate the tractor while he stood on a pallet cutting limbs with a limb saw. I question sometimes how much he trust me 😂


They had been working on a fencing project when the tornado hit, and I spent some time helping to complete it. Along the way we discovered a tree that had fallen on the brand new fence, so I leaned on my history of fence repair to help get it back up and tight. 


I got some time to relax as well and enjoy the serenity of their farm and even kayaked for the first time.


With the whole Covid-19 pandemic, our vacation plans got canceled twice this spring and summer, so it it was nice to break out of my schedule, get away from the day job, and hang out on the farm.


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