You are out by Hays, right? If so, they are going to be very leery about burning for a while I am sure. Hopefully you can make it happen.
By the looks of things you sure are having a blast.Have to say that cutting cedars and locusts in Feb is almost fun. Can work hard and never over heat which is a great blessing. Wife took this picture after I had already removed a lot of cedars. It shows a lot of cedar carcasses and some downed locust trees. Wanting to open this spot up for camping on the river and I can also sit on that bluff and have a 80 yard muzzleloader shot if a buck decides to walk along the river.
This is how it looked after a few hours of labor.
The little Kubota allowed me to smash this pile pretty tight. Planning on burning this one.
And no trip is complete without hammering more coons. Up to 27 now. These 3 were all large boars.
Up next is either 3 really large honey locusts that need to be dropped and piled up or a 16 acre burn. All burn strips are mowed 30' wide and waiting on good weather and 3-4 water trucks to be available. Worst case I may do an August burn if weather doesn't allow for a March burn.