Thursday, April 7, 2016

Tax Man Tears Off A Chunk... But the Sun Still Rises

Got the arm/shoulder to maybe 50%... it needs to keep on mending, I signed up for another season of sugar beets up in Sidney. I'll be needing that shoulder come October.

The latest tax extortion pretty much requires that bit of labor. Got that calculated yesterday. Another couple of grand, I don't have, to feed socialism... Michelle Obama needs another vacation... life in the west.

*Tool case for leather tools*
Pretty much finished the case for my leather tools I started back before the pneumonia knocked me down.

It doesn't compact the storage space any__

__ but it does make the tools a hell of a lot more accessible and functional. With any luck that'll help get a project or two done now and again.

 The sunrise came along soft and nice this morning... I love the sunrise with my music and coffee...

*Missouri Sunrise*

Honestly, I miss my scooter on mornings like this... and the ability to break their grip and ride through the sunrise leaving the users and players behind.

We're supposed to get started on erecting a chicken coop this morning. My daughter has a dozen chicks well started inside. They're gonna be needing some permanent housing in the very near future.

After that's complete I have to pull the solar panels and parts off the old fiver to take with me back to Fort Collins to install on a rig there. Heading that way around the first of May.

Then I'm  bound for... not quite sure where yet. I'll be moving toward Montana to ride out the summer writing and waiting on the October Beet Harvest job. May is still some little bit too early to go that far north...

... maybe over to Dinosaur and Flaming Gorge... See where the lonesome wind blows me.

- Brian

1 comment:

Unknown said...

Howdy Mr. Gore!
Glad you're still alive and kickin'! Not like a windy guy like you to be post-less for weeks at a time. We're in the Buffalo, WY, area looking for a more permanent residence than eight very nice but expensive wheels. Found some nice places, just none that we can afford, yet... Heading for the NRA convention in Louisville, KY, in the later part of May. Our paths need to cross again one of these days...