|Skinning/washing pole and cutting table.|
The cutting table is a stainless steel top from a restaurant remodel that Lee is doing and he brought it out for me. I happened to have some cedar left over from the new foot bridge so we used cedar legs and supports to make the new feet for the table. I still have to install three braces about 18 inches off the ground but we used up all three drill batteries and needed to wait for a recharge. So after a snack we opted to go up to the boneyard and shoot guns instead.
|Just installed poles and farmer me.|
I found another piece of old equipment out by the CRP field. I will try and drag it down to the scrap pile after I figure out what it used to do. Just looking at it I cannot tell. I am pretty sure it is missing a bunch of pieces so it is most likely going to be scrap metal. There was an article this week in the local newspaper about theives stealing old scrap metal from farms and selling it. The sheriff's solution for this problem is for the farmer/land owner to sell the scrap themselves before someone steals it. A very pragmatic solution for a problem that you cannot police. This was why we moved all the aluminum irrigation pipe near the house last summer. Out of sight, out of mind. I will roundup the last of the pipe this year so it is all in one place.
|Stainless steel cutting table.|
Now I need to start back in on the fence and making some more fence stays.