Thanks to Papa Pea's chainsaw sharpening skills, I'm making good progress on the cords of birch. Here are some pictures as I'm progressing through the pile. I've marked a tree in the background (on the images, NOT in reality!) for a reference point.
|Here's, pretty much, where the pile was when I began working on it last month. As you can see, half the battle is uncovering it! I hauled away many, many wheelbarrow loads of snow!|
In other news, this (above) set-up at the dining room table is a great example of how ALL my computers are right now. I'm juggling five (!) different ones: the three old ones plus the two new ones. Above on the left, you see the laptop I was using as my MAIN (believe it or not) computer at the office. At the right is the new laptop. The easy thing to do would be to transfer ALL the information from it to the new computer at work, but there's so much personal stuff on there that I don't want to weigh down the new office desktop with it. So, I carry it back and forth with me, transferring files as I find the need for them. Probably not the most efficient use of my time, but I'm hoping it will decrease computer clutter, down the road.
My goal is to keep the desktop at work limited to only work files and images. The new laptop will be for new personal photos, and the old desktop that I use in my home (personal) office will be for all the home files.
That's all for this morning. Enjoy your Tuesday, and I'll enjoy "my Sunday"! :)