The Summer Solstice, A Fire For Another Day

 

Through the barn window looking at the pallets and branches to use in the Solstice fire.

I stopped raking the manure and looked out the window in the pole barn at the beginnings of the makings of my Summer Solstice bonfire.

I have the cardboard that I put over our gardens for the winter stacked up in the barn.  It’s the perfect way to start the fire.

But we won’t be having our Longest Day fire today.  It’s too hot, and even though there’s a bit of rain and some thunder as I write this, it’s too dry.

So we’ll wait.

Wait till it cools off and the ground has a good soaking.  Then, with a bit of a delay, we’ll burn away the past year and begin again.

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