Ranch Tasks in the Fall for the Hawley Mountain Staff

The end of the summer season is drawing to a close the end of September.  However, there remains many things to get accomplished during the next few weeks.  Staff members have already dug into some of  the tasks for fall work.  

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Wrangler Allison  shows her strength by chopping firewood.  Getting an adequate supply for the colder months ahead takes a lot of hard work.

tree cutting at Hawley Mountain

At Hawley Mountain most of our lumber used for building and repairs is taken from trees on our property.  Maintenance man, Ryan, and Operations Manager, Erik, work at cutting down trees to be used for an addition on our laundry room.  Not a task for the faint of heart!

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Ryan is sawing the tree trunks into various sizes of lumber for the addition.  It's a slow and tedious job, but accuracy is important in order to build without errors. 

We have outgrown our present day laundry room, so this work project will be a welcomed addition to make things much easier for the housekeeping staff in the 2019 sseason.  

 


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