The plots are so clean! Can you grow a fall crop down there?
Froggy, I'll be growing all through the fall and winter. June is usually when I'll pull everything and let it rest through the hottest months.Right now I've got peppers, tomatoes, and onions started in seed trays. Another couple weeks and I'll start planting swiss chard and other yummy greens.
You are a person of many talents! Looks like you're getting your fall garden going.
You are so very talented. I'm pulling up parts of my beds now also, they will rest until April of next year.Lindahttp://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com http://deltacountyhistoricalsociety.wordpress.com
What's the little blue flower?And how long are you going to let it take over the front bed?
I think Jiggy's sqeaker is out of tune.
Thanks for the smile - I LOVE banjo, and hearing it from you makes it even better! And ooooh, that quilt! :)
Minnie is adorable, and so are you, sweet Dani! Stay safe as that Irene heads your way. Hope it misses you, your family, and your lovely garden.xoxo, eggy
not Minnie, but MAJOR cuteness and so is your banjo playing. :-) Keep at it. You get better each time and it's fun to see your progress.
OMG!!!! First off, love the photos. But the banjo playing - awesomeness! And how sweet to hear your voice.
Oh Minnie, I know you will outgrow this...awkward phase to be a beautiful little chickie but dang, I thought I had bad hair days?
Yeah, she's not the prettiest little thang right now.
Are you guys buckling down? Or will it pass you by?
Should pass us by....damn thing is moving so slow though. That makes everyone feel a little on edge. The longer it takes to move up the more uncertain the path will be.
Seriously? Your banjo playing is so impressive! And that little peeper...could she get any cuter?
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