Three weeks and some torrential rain later, it looks like this:
In the foreground are the peas and their trellising. Off to the far left you can just glimpse the end of the long line of cabbages. In between are beets, carrots, 3 kinds of lettuce, mustard, onions, turnips, and I can't remember what else. The storms have washed little areas of seed out of the rows and into pools of mystery veggies. Isn't gardening exciting?
I'm so geeked out about the garden, I should be embarrassed. Really, though, I'm just excited and can't wait to get warm weather stuff in. I have an extensive and perhaps unrealistic list. One thing I will certainly be growing a lot of this year is tomatoes. I'm
This is my new favorite t-shirt I got from Tractor Supply Company:
Gotta love tractor humor.
My little, old, sick, beloved Rat Terrier goes with me most trips. Although the three hour ride each way is hard on his old, achy bones, (Mine, too!) Pip loves his time in the country. Here he is basking in the sun and then, well, you know how dogs are about squirrels right?
All in all, Pip and I are having a great time on our weekend trips to the sticks!