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Sunday, August 21, 2011

A Hardworking Sunday

I guess since Michael took the day off yesterday he decided to really get after it today!  He finished stringing barbed wire on the new fence he started this spring.  That entails climbing to the top of a very steep hill six or seven times.  When he finished and came inside he looked as if he had been caught in a rainstorm he was so sweaty. 

Nat came for lunch and we had steaks on the grill, corn on the cob and salad.  I had purchased some peaches at Costco the other day and they weren’t too bad—several were getting ripe so I made a fresh peach tart for dessert.IMG_0278

Nancy sent me an email yesterday saying the the Garden Club in Big Timber had iris plants for the taking—all ready dug up with instructions for replanting.  When we went through town yesterday I stopped and got a bag full—planted those this morning.

Spent the rest of the day cleaning—things I don’t normally do every time I clean.  Lemon oiled the cabinets and the furniture Michael has built, vacuumed all the logs way up high in the living room and dining room, washed light fixtures.  Way too much cleaning.

We had a late afternoon thunderstorm—wish we could have gotten more rain.  We complained so bitterly this spring when it just would not stop raining now Montana has several forest fires burning.



  1. Ditto on the Peach Tart! Never made one like that. I think I'll have to try it out.

  2. Quite a storm rolled through this afternoon but no rain in it. But we didn't get much lightning either which is a good thing. The peach tart really looks great.

  3. You did a lot more work than me so you definitely deserved that great looking peach dessert!


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