Warrior yoga is kicking butt, and she, who likes to torture ol warriors, has now added 45 minutes of circuit training with 12 stations to the mix. We are doing this to ACDC! What the heck happened to the soothing chanting music?
I missed yesterday's torture session, but after a whole day of grinding through this jungle of a yard, I'm not too concerned.
I figure I did most of the circuit training, what with lopper pruning,
climbing the ladder with the hedge trimmer,
and re-positioning boulders.
A little sore this morning, with the imprint of my Kindle on my face, and wild hair from falling asleep with damp hair while reading.
Back at it today, only about another week's worth of this, and I can start over...
Boulders: There are some large boulders in this landscape, only a couple are placed the way I like to see them. They usually show signs of how they sat in the ground originally, and need to be placed that way when putting them in the landscape. I have taken large boulders and buried half of them to get them to look natural. To have them setting on top of gravel, or mulch, or what ever makes them look like they just fell off the truck. They can still be barriers if that's what you need, just place them so they look natural.