Monthly Archives: December 2019

After burn December 2019

On my way to pick up the first tranche of this year’s longleaf. I stopped off at Freeman to check out the fire results. It is odd. Some places burned a lot and others not at all. It seems like … Continue reading

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The stupidest things

What was the stupidest thing you have ever done? My StoreWorth for this time. This is a hard one. I do stupid things all the time, but I often adapt and often make the dumb decision turn out better than … Continue reading

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Burning Day 2

We finished our burning today in the clearings and under the loblolly. I will pick up the first 3000 longleaf seedlings on Sunday and plant them over the next week. I figure I can plant 600 trees each day. The … Continue reading

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Burning day 1

We took the opportunity to burn a section of the farm this afternoon, only about eight acres, so Adam Smith and I did it ourselves, although the bulldozer was nearby freshening up lines, so could have been easily available. This … Continue reading

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What was your life like in the 1970s?

What was your life like in the 1970s? Another StoryWorth I am generally satisfied with the economy and society of today because I spent my early adult life in the 1970s. From the bottom of a hole like that, everything … Continue reading

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