Hello, Benjamin from Brothers Campfire here!
I met with the family that wanted me to complete a zip line install. It will be in this forested area, will be 159 feet with a top height of around 20 feet and have a drop of 3 to 6 degrees.
The parts are ordered. I am a bit nervous as I made the part recommendations and have never installed one. They know this up front but insisted. I consider this a large purchase and I feel the weight of it.
I relaxed most of the day, but also got a few things done.
First off, I had an epic breakfast of duck eggs and toast.
We went out for a bit of shopping and made dollar store nachos.
During my travels, I discovered that no one knew it was Mother Cabrini day. Our governor must not have realized you cant just make a holiday up and expect folks to embrace it.
Well, unless there is food. There has to be food with holidays to make them stick.
We stopped by Big R and Lowes and picked up feed for the birds, daffodil bulbs, discount latex paint, and a few concrete blocks.
In total, I planted 50 bulbs, and painted the bases of the fruit trees to regulate temperature when it gets cold.
Dinner was ribs, rice, and spinach. I ate well.
Well, I am off to work. I will be writing a few memos and talking with a lot of incarcerated folks.
Have a beautiful day!
4 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Gets His Grub On”
Sounds like a very productive day! Looking forward to updates on the zip line.
Yeah, it was! The owner wants me to document the setup with video. That will be fun as well.
Sounds like fun