Task 4: Ron secured a line to the pontoon in the middle of the pond. Tom attached the end of the line to his machine and pulled the pontoon to the edge of the pond. Ron is now cutting up the pontoon. I'll tell you more about this project later.
Sorting and Staging Materials
Tom has to always think ahead so as not to box his machine in behind his work, to not have materials in the way of where he needs to work next and to have easy access to the materials he needs.
Here he has sorted into piles transferred plants, decayed wood, a collection of found rocks and logs.
Tom scoops up a plant that has spent the summer in the temporary garden bed after being moved out of the studio footprint.
The large bucket is able to carry so much soil with the plant that I think some of the plants hardly notice the move.
The native plants are transplanted to Gunilla's Garden.
This is the last remnant of the garden bed that made way for the studio. Miraculously these plants survived the construction. Tom scooped them up and put them in Gunilla's Garden too.
While all of this activity is going on I am supposed to be in my studio working but I am fascinated by all that is going on and spend most of the day out on the porch watching and taking photographs.