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 Oregon Coast Farm



I made the barn a couple years ago, but the house has been around a while, at least 30 years old, dating me and my love for making such things! Tissue paper curtains. I turned a doorknob from a toothpick just yesterday. Much of this soil will be vacuumed. I will add weeds and bushes, and it just woundn't be the the Oregon Coast without a few muddy potholes. It was not possible to access the back of the house, hence my poor work laser-leveling those stilts. I plan to wrap the underside with rotten boards to keep the birds out, but it probably won't be effective against rodent infestation. :(

 Quality Recycled Steel

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Our chap Citrus the Steel Recycler is so happy he's crying with this new load of steel that came in. This is super-clean stuff with no trash, zinc, aluminum...wait a minute, is that a window frame? I thought this was a clean load??!!! ....  So it goes, he'll sort it out.  Anyhoo, he'll have that gon loaded up in no time; you can see it's almost full. 

There's always been truckloads from the south, but never anything like this.  We're not really sure where it's all coming from. We kinda wonder if ol' Jim down there in P.O. mighta folded up.  Who knows.  

It's November now. Somebody's gotta put the cover on the back of that cat before it really starts raining. This is going to be one muddy mess!

Good stuff! Wait 'till they see all this goodness in PDX! They'll be takin' off their hats!!!


(Nice trucks, man!)

to be continued!

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Updated 10/5/22 finally added some grass and briars to this stretch and now working on getting that chicken coop assembled! Still needs more weeds, some taller grass, etc. :)

I would love to share information and techniques, so please email me with any questions (or concerns!). Thanks! -Rog

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