I failed in my primary objective last weekend. I wanted to get hoods over the locks and hasps to comply with the ATF. Originally they said the locks and hasps I was using were fine but now I need to put the hoods on them. Not that big of a deal except I needed a welder out in the middle of the field. The welder I would have used was in use since it was on the back of a service truck being used in harvest. Harvest will be over in a couple weeks and I’ll go back and finish up that task.
What I did get done was fixing some electrical problems and properly storing more of the thousands of pounds of Ammonium Nitrate I bought. I had stored about 1200 pounds in six garbage cans under a tarp. I rearranged things inside the metal shed and got that down to about 600 pounds stored under the tarp. I destroyed several yellowjacket nests inside the shed. Put out more mice and rat poison. And finally–I don’t know how many times I have bumped my head on the overhead flourescent light. I moved it so I can stand upright even while wearing a hat. More pictures here.