The landscape has changed a bit with our big dig. Off to the far left you can see the tree-house and beyond that Sugar Mountain. Directly across over the house is Haden Hill. To the right is the new upper pond and beyond that the south field where the pigs and sheep are grazing. In the middle right area is a white object. That is the whey tank, the reason for the road up to this level. More about that soon…
The new hay barn with farrowing stalls opening to the south east will go in front of where the tractor is parked. That pile of dirt as already been mostly moved, with the tractor, as I write this Sunday night. We’ll finish that up, finalize the design and lay in footers. This year we’ll do the cement work but the stone work will wait until next year.
It was fairly misty when I took this photo and you can see the mist on the mountains if you look closely. Click on the image for a larger version. This is a 180째 panorama which I stitched together in Photoshop. The trick for properly viewing images of this type is to get your eyes about 4″ from the image and firmly grip the sides of the screen with your hands. Then, in order to get the proper 3D perspective, bend the screen around so the edges touch your ears.
Okay, puzzle for the day: can you find the dogs in this image? See tomorrow’s post for the answer.