Well, one good thing from all the social distancing is that we’ve done a lot of cleanup and planting. Mowing is far enough ahead that there are days no one here thinks about it much.
We did do some major field clearing, taking out a few diseased Canan firs and an old block of Douglass. Still have stumps to chip out of the Canan block as of this writing, but the Douglass is clear and ready for fall planting. Poison ivy has crept in as a ground cover, so that will have to be sprayed unless we can find someone with a roving herd of goats?