My wood burning neighbor has been pimping out my dead hemlocks again. I hope they make it to next weekend when they plan to come get a few more. The wind has blown stiff and steady all day. Late this afternoon it picked up force as the temperature plummeted. Smack in the middle of the picture you can see the top of another dead hemlock flew off this afternoon. It was as tall as the cherry tree in front of it this morning.
This furious wind is going to last for a while longer. This will also be the last chance I give to harvest dead hemlocks.
Closer to the ground nobody really cares about the furious wind. Snowdrops are still coming up in the refrigerated bed on the north side of the cozy cabin by the service entrance. A few other bulbs landed in here too.
The macro and micro climates on this mountain top offers a near dizzying array of extremes compared the steady tropical desert of Maui. Who needs TV when you have the weathers.