Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Hay Hay Hay!! LOL


Had an exhausting weekend baling hay out at the farm. So far we've put up about 250 bales and have 3 more fields to cut yet.. so my aching back isn't neccesarily looking forward to the weekend.. LOL. Hopefully the Hay will sell well for MIL and FIL as they are running short on cash. Does anybody know of a good place to dispose of old used tires... some of which are still on rims? As the leaves are changing out here I am reminded that soon they will all fall off and we'll be able to pull more junk out of the underbrush... which makes me think of the tires... (so far we've pulled out over 250 of them just strewn around the property and I'm hoping there is some way we can recycle them, instead of having to pay a huge disposal fee.)
I have a few cute challenges going on over at www.stoneaccentsstudio.com one for the ugliest layout contest and another for october treats recipe's. And I Just finished uploading my newest Mega Kit "Daydream" there as well, I just love it and i hope you will too!

Over at www.kutnkudlyskreations.com I put up a new kit called Elegance, a Rock N' Roll paper pack some awesome Rock N' Roll element Templates and some Page Templates too!
stop by and check em out! :-)




3 comments:

Maria said...

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Sharon aka Scrapcat4914 said...

TY so very much for these fantastic BG's!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Hmm...what to do with old tires? While it won't solve your problem, here's something that could use up a FEW of the tires. Old car tires can be used to put around the base of small bushes to protect their bases. (If/when the bush gets too large and you eventually want to remove the tires, you will have to use a chain saw to cut through the tire so you don't damage the bush.) Another idea is to cut the tires (so you have rings - again with a chain saw)to use to hold down plastic in a garden. Being on a farm, if you find old tractor tires - rear wheels - they are make perfect sand boxes for small children: other's children if not yours. I still have fond memories of playing in our tractor tire sand boxes! Hope these ideas gave you some more ideas!
-Leslie

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