The leaves are changing to their fall colors, and we saw a full Harvest Moon illuminate the night sky. The moon was so very bright that she cast very distinct shadows. When I awoke to her glory, I couldn’t even see the constellations. The days continue to be warm, even hot with a lot ofContinue reading “Fall”
To get to our next camp, it was decided that we should caravan. In the past, trucks got lost along the way and ended up arriving after camp set-up. I suspect that was part of the rationale for the cravan. That, and the fact that we really are in the middle of nowhere. North ofContinue reading “The Middle Of Nowhere”
We stayed in the woods near Plaster Rock for several weeks. Although the logging road in became very familiar, the fourty-five minute drive to get to town was waring. Days off became marathons of driving to other towns to do laundry and then do the shopping as well. The move to our next camp wasContinue reading “Blackville”
So, I was hacked and subsequently went to Facebook jail. It happened at the worst possible time, while I was in the Bush without signal. Had I been in a place where I could respond to the hacking right away, I don’t think it would have been so bad. Ultimately, I lost ten plus yearsContinue reading “The Aftermath”
Working for a tree planting camp has led to an exploration of New Brunswick. We moved from the small town of Juniper to a site on private woodlands near Plaster Rock. The journey was quite an adventure. I relied on Google Maps to get to the new location. The app must know I have aContinue reading “Camp Move #2 – Plaster Rock”
Tree Planting Camps move according to where the trees need to be. We relocated to our first Bush Camp a coupla weeks ago. A change of scenery is not a bad thing, but it was a stark change to say the least. We moved from the farm, where we camped in a lovely grassy orchardContinue reading “Bush Camp”
Keeping the planters fed is more than just putting food out.
Just as I have a job here to take care of the crew by feeding them, Rebecca has established a routine of duties.
Usually, when in town, it’s all business.
Life is messy. Well, for some of us it is. I am messy. I always have been. As much as I try to have a place for everything, it doesnt take much for the whole system to fall apart. This might be why I like living and working in small spaces. If organization is key,Continue reading “Messy”