When we first got here to SELA NWR, Wallace and I worked together. Then we were split up, much to my dismay. Seems like some manly jobs came up...oh well!!!
Since we were not together, it was hard to document our work and share on the blog...so here are a few things we managed to get photos of.
Brochure inventory along with somewhat of organization with the list for someone else to type up and make sure it gets to the proper person.
A picture of the boardwalk at Bogue Chitto before we worked on that. I operated the blower.
Below is what it looked like afterwards.
Under the railing, the leaves and gunk were so compacted it took a lot of bending to get the blower to finally release the stuff...oh, my back...as the blower was a heavy duty blower. But, we gotter done!!!
Wallace and I paired up once again to do the brochure run which includes picking up trash at several places along the route, and recording visitation counts. There are five counters at various places and this is what he is doing in this picture.
Back to the pink jobs.
I planted 57 snapdragons in this sugar pot. Sugar pots were used by the sugar plantations to boil the sugarcane.
Time out for a little fun on Cane Bayou out to the mouth of Lake Pontchartrain.
This is a huge bat box Ken wanted installed...Wallace got to help on this project. Ken asked us to put the brace on it with specific instructions on how he wanted it done...ha...I got to help with a blue job.
Another semi-blue job.
Replacing three interpretive signs that were bad or changed because of the death of a tree.
Ken had 18 pictures he had printed out. My job was to find the best placement of the subject, cut and place in a mat. They were then placed in a frame to hang.
Ken is a stickler for details. This wall was to have 5 pictures hung evenly across this wall. This was the stressful assignment as there were 13 of these large pictures that were hung, all at the same level.
Is that level or WHAT?
I am a stickler too and put a lot of stress on myself, but I must say I was satisfied at the end of that day.
Later, Ken said he was very pleased...allrighty then.
Wallace helped with this bridge so the mower could cross the ditches. The guys put two of them together and they did a super job. A post will be installed later so some bozo want try to drive his car across.
Santa Claus is coming to Bayou Lacombe at the visitor center. We have all pitched in to decorate and it really looks nice. This is just one little corner.
We won't be here for the festivities, but the building is now ready.
Until next time...