Over the last few weeks we've had a builder friend of ours out on the farm forming up a large pad ready to be concreted which will be Farmer Phil's long-awaited workshop. He's been wanting a decent shed to work in for the last 10 years, and now it's coming to fruition. It is 15m x 18m so that it will fit most of the machinery completely in there for him and Ryan to work on no matter what the weather. The daggy old pepper trees and piles of junk will be removed so that you can drive right through the shed.
These seed silos used to be where the shed is being built so they were dragged from their concrete footings and parked in the paddock waiting for new footings to be poured.
New footings ready to go. Just waiting for Farmer Phil to finish spraying the crops for weeds, or spraying on liquid fertiliser, or spreading granular fertiliser etc, etc, etc. We had almost 20mm of rain yesterday, so the crops look magnificent!
Some local wildlife left their footprints for all eternity as well!