I got into a few adventures this weekend - Although I haven't been feeling too terrible well. Nevertheless daylight was burning on Saturday, my mom took Molly for a few hours, so Shelly and I loaded up 800lbs of scrap steel of clean up around the farm. We took it into Secondary Resources and got a piddly 6 cents per pound. Well, with just under 50 extra bucks in our pocket we had a bite to eat and thought how nice it was to get a bit more cleaned up. That just leaves 20 tires off the rim to take to the dump.... I guess we got our farm looking pretty good all in all for the year. There aren't any trails cut - We still need a bulldozer for 10 hours or so to move and shake the place up. But it is not so bad out there for the most part.
In the afternoon I got on the bike for some ripping around and back road exploration. I hit most of the usual paths around Ball's Bridge and the railroad trails. It was a terrific day. No problems with the bike other than it is incredibly dirty. It is a bit colder and I'll tell you that those air cooled engines love the low teen temps. If anything then, the bike is running great. I plan on being on it this week quite a bit and taking it down to Windsor on the weekend. As long as it isn't raining, I'll be happy.
Up next - goose and duck season is open! Bow hunting for deer starts at the end of September. There is a fall turkey season that starts just after Thanksgiving. November first is rifle season in Lucknow for deer.... So anyway, just a few examples of how the land provides.