This time, we’re done with the fall foliage, so there are just the millions of evergreen trees around us.
Lots and lots of trees, to the misty horizon:
Here’s a glimpse of Mount Hood:
Zoomed in a bit:
Our pond, flowerbeds, etc:
From lower down:
The junk area in the corner of the property; there’s an old dinghy (that I occasionally think about putting by the pond as a decoration and duck shelter), and a bunch of rocks, pipes, wood, and other stuff, mostly buried under weeds:
That rectangle near the bottom is an old potting shelter, that I plan to enclose to make a beekeeping storage shed. Here it is again, along with the beehives:
An angled view of the beehives, hoop house, veggie garden, etc:
Looking down on the veggie garden, berry cage, and chicken runs:
One reason for flying today was to investigate a gutter that has come loose:
After flying, I got out a ladder and fixed it; all better now.
Here’s me and Rory on the main deck: