Friday, July 23, 2010


Northern Summers are short, so plant life compensates by growing really fast. When we come later in the season we're invariably faced with the overwhelming task of cutting 1 meter-tall grass and weeds.

The ground isn't level enough to use a mower, so we use a string trimmer. I purchased an electric model to avoid having to store gas and oil. It's a little under-powered for the job, but it eventually gets done. I've put in four half-days cutting, and probably have about the same left to cut the whole place.

We can get around most of the property at this point and the bugs aren't too bad. Di can pick raspberries,

and the storks can forage for frogs more easily.

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Location:Paia Talumaja, Taadikvere Küla

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