Meadowmom

Meadowmom

Posted on 07/27/2016


Photo taken on August  7, 2011


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The Meadow That I am the Mom Of

The Meadow That I am the Mom Of
We have no cabin on our wilderness land. Nevertheless, there is housekeeping to do.

Dead trees are small universes, teeming with life. But eventually - sometimes on a warm, windless afternoon- there will be “the last termite bite” and the tree will suddenly fall with a great crash. In our camp area, we must pull them down.

Prostrate in a campsite, trees become more of a fire hazard. We can’t know who will build a fire in our camp when we aren’t here, or how careful they will be. So the old snags are not only pulled down, they are cut up and disposed of. See below.

Heavy duty housekeeping!

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6 comments - The latest ones
William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Awesome documentary shots! Yes, if you can, keep the wildfires away!
14 months ago.
W9JIM - Jim Doss
W9JIM - Jim Doss
A mother's work is never done.
14 months ago.
Pam J
Pam J
Housework !
14 months ago.
HappySnapper
HappySnapper
Nature will return it all to the soil, good work.
14 months ago.
MaggsMep
MaggsMep
Great pair of shots!
14 months ago.