Woods have laid dormant for who knows how many years, and the undergrowth is thick and impassable.
The main problem are the numerous piles of dead trees, some of them choked with invasive poison oak and ivy vines.
There is a wet branch running through the back of the land. Deer, wild turkeys, fox, and coyotes have all depended upon it for survival.
It has become blocked with fallen trees, and we are faced with cleaning and restoring it, so it is functionally sound once again.
Undergrowth filled with poison oak
Building a new workshop.
Hoping for lots of new birdhouses when finished :)