Some Work, a Forest Walk and Repairing My Pulaski Handle

Wednesday December 9, 2020 Guerneville CA.

Rehab work

Once I got it going I rode the dirt bike up to this road and did some forest fire rehab work on a  small fire break for an hour or so with the dozer.road2



After that I went for a walk up this fire break area to see what needed to be done. Just a little touch up here and there and it would be done.road


I continued my walk through this creek. Lots of fallen maple leaves on the ground. This creek only runs in the winter when it rains.leaves


What’s that

I spotted this thing so went over to see what it was. It appeared to be what was left of a grey squirrel that something ate a short time ago. Seems they didn’t like the tail.tail


I walked down through here and back to the dirt bike.shed


Headed home

I hopped on the dirt bike and headed for home stopping at this gate which I had to unlock and open and crossed the road over to my place.gate


Pulaski repair

After checking on the chickens and taking a bit of a nap I came back outside and removed the piece of broken handle out of one of  my Pulaski’s. I’ll get a new handle and repair it soon. I took the wooden block out so I can find the handle that will fit this thing.handle


Then I climbed up on my roof where I’ve had the cam setup to watch for rats. I  haven’t seen any rats up here so I’m moving the cam to a place in the yard to watch for critters in the


It was getting dark just as I finished moving the cam to it’s  new location.

The last thing to do today was shut the chickens up for the night so I did that and went in the house for the day.

Nice day.

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2 Responses to Some Work, a Forest Walk and Repairing My Pulaski Handle

  1. Patsy+Irene says:

    If you weren’t squeamish, you could make a squirrel tailed hat!
    Sounds like a good day for some puttering around.
    I agree with Nancy, glad the rats have vacated now let’s see what’s roaming the yard!

  2. Nancy K says:

    Game cameras are really fun. You may be surprised at what wanders through your yard. Glad you haven’t found any more rats.

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