The good weather in early April seems to have gone somewhere else, rather than Vancouver Island, but we are hopeful warmer days will arrive by the middle of the month and the rain will stop.
There are a number of jobs planned for the year around the heritage site. As mentioned in the fall, we had one large Douglas fir taken down and the maple behind the school house was trimmed a little rather than being removed. The fir was sold to a local mill while the larger branches of the maple cut and stored in the furnace room/basement of the chapel. Long time Fairbridge resident, Fred Swan, kindly cut the maple wood for us and also has offered to cut the grass area when necessary this summer.