(UPDATED: to include weather information in Blue. Came home to a lull in the atmospherics.)
Happy to be home Sunday (94.1 °F) after the Rendezvous, among the rocks and gentle pools of rusty brown tanbark.
On Monday morning (87.4 °F) we yanked the cliff-side rosemary stump, leveled the ground, and built up the rock wall. In the afternoon we ran up to Hangtown and got eight bags of tanbark for the back-fill.
Tuesday morning (89.4 °F) we-filled the backside of the rock-wall with more dirt and cover, and spread more tanbark on locations where it was getting sparse.
Today (95.3 °F) we painted the plywood floors in the basement. It’s two staggered-height platforms, about 24-feet long and six to eight feet wide or so.
Busy-busy, no rest for the weary and the temps are goign up again – but its a dry heat.