Here’s another edition of “What the heck do you do all winter”. After several unexpected repairs (the tractor pto shaft was unknowingly damaged last season and 2 greenhouse fan motors and 1 vent motor decided to malfunction [1 motor is only two years old; another one was purchased last year; no warranty; the joys of farming 😊]), I finally got half of the first greenhouse planted. I only planted half so far to try to mitigate the natural gas expense. I’m hearing horror stories over the price increase. Prior to that, I spent several weeks cutting down saplings along the creek bank that runs through the farm. Saplings on a farm are a major problem, especially along waterways and fence rows. If you don’t control them, they will become trees in 3-5 years that become beaver dams or sun blockers which creates even larger problems. I will (almost) be glad when football and the Olympics are over so I don’t have an excuse not to go out in the cold and get some work done. Sooo looking forward to spring. Stay warm and safe!