Trevor brought his boss's skid steer home on Friday and began work on "grading out" his driveway. Since the house sits on top of the hill, he's had to figure out the best, and least steepest, ascent.
He also got his "house" site graded out. He is actually building the garage first, but is going to use it as a house until he's ready to build the real house.
Trevor does most of the "grading", dirt moving, and ground works side of his boss's business so he's really good at running a skid steer!
This is looking down from the hill. Daddy and Sayre had spent most of the day working down in the clump of trees, there in the field, clearing brush and hauling it off.
The fence lining the road is all grown up so Daddy and Trevor worked on clearing it out while......
Sayre hauled brush to...........
If I were going to build a house at Bull Run, it would be at this spot. I love looking out over the pasture and can only imagine how many deer frequent it when we're gone!
A light late afternoon rain brought all of the men folk back to the house. As they got cleaned up I agonized over what dessert might be the most tasty for the evening and soon realized I was going to need help with this very important decision!! :o) Trevor was just at hand so I asked him what sounded good...... "Chocolate Torte. I'll even help make it!" was his reply, to which I readily agreed!
It was so delicious and was the perfect way to end the evening. Thelma even showed up and was able to taste Trevor's handiwork!!!
All in all it was a terrific afternoon!