I remember those days, love the smell!
Looks very serene.
Oh Jill. You always make me laugh and smile when I open up your blog. You are too funny. Love the photo of the supervisor, supervising. Becky is a great help. Mine kids would sleep through it all. LOL. TFS, Ana
Been doing a ton of the same around here for the past few weeks!
Max is definitely the purrfect pup to keep an eye on you and Becky to be sure you pick up each and every 2 million pine cones!! Hugs Madi
Oh I love the smell of a bonfire :))
I love your supervisor. Can't say much for burning leaves with my asthma.sandie
Lookin good Jill. Your supervisor should get a raise:) B
Your supervisor's doing a good job! That seems like a relaxing chore.
Oooh your supervisor is just too cute!... I love the smell of a bonfire with the pine needles... xoxo Julie Marie
I have a few more areas to clean up before I can pretty them up. Pine needles are something I need to clean up. Love your post!
It's a never ending job with pine trees! I like the supervisor's job!
We started also, I couldn't walk for 2 days and my role was more like your supervisor!!!Looks like he's doing a great job!!!
i love the smell of wood smoke - add pine needles? crackling, spitting. yay!
Your supervisor is pretty cute. He takes his job so seriously! :)
I love the smaell of burning, brings back such wonderful memories. I can't wait to get out and start cleaning out my flower beds and weeding.Allergy medicine please don't fail me...lol
Seems your work is cut out for you. Good you have your supervisor to keep you going, huh?
We need to begin the same projects and are fortunate enough to have two wet nosed supervisors! =DLove & Lollies... JessaConfessions of the Cupcake Countessa
Great supervisor! (The best kind)
Oh, please be careful! Bonnie
It such a great time of year to be outdoors working!
Oh Jill, this is a huge job, I know! I only had about 12 pines along the street. Do they shed needles!Becky looks to be a big help! As does your Supervisor! Need to harness him and have him pull the wagon!Love, love, love your new header, Jill!Blessings,Donna
Oh that's what I would do too. A small manageable pile - no matter how long it takes.
Go supervisor dog! Someone has to crack the whip!
Don't you love being outdoors? And I bet it smells wonderful during the burn. Hope you have more fresh air tomorrow:)
Your going to think Im strange . I love the smell of grass burning. I cant wait to get outside and do this also. Loved your blog. Your dog is a Beauty
Reminds me I need to do this as well. Ugh. I usually put ours in the coops. Have fun!
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