While some have been tinkering, polishing, and drooling over their two-wheeled projects, ( You know who you are too) It's a working time of year for others, like me. Yeah, I know, it's tough, but somebody has to do it. First, I got a little camera but I won't get into that now cause I haven't learned to use the program to crop the videos to small bits for chunking up to the board. ( I'll try to get to it soon) Well, as soon as I got a break in the rain and a good weather window, it was hay making time, first cutting of the year. A couple of truck loads like this one of fertilized "Muda", 60 bales, makes the Horses drool. I'm already chomping at the bit for the next cutting. (Stuffs about 8 to 10 bucks a bale, if you have to buy it.) Mean while, swap to my berry picking hat. Ya'll know about Blackberrys? I put up 5 pints of blackberry jam, seedless. But that's not what blackberrys are for. WINE is what blackberrys are for! First you have to pick 16 pounds berrys, if you want to shoot for 5 gallons of wine. Next, get it going in a 5 gallon bucket for 7 days, then rack off the wine into the 5 gallon jug and lock the top. After 10 days, rack it off again into another 5 gallon jug, lock it and leave it till it quits working. Then you rack it off into your wine bottles for storage. Easy, more or less. When I bottle this, I'll open a bottle from 2000 and give it a try. You can also make just a gallon of wine, if you would like to try your hand. If anyone is interested, I'll put up the directions. No, that's the LineShack kitchen, not the wifes! ( She likes the wine, not the mess) Now I need to locate downed trees to start cutting wood for winter. ( I'm shooting for middle of July for second cutting of hay.) I don't know how I could have any more fun without my hands in my lap. Maybe ride the Yamaha?