Another picture heavy post about my garden. It's kinda like my baby, you know!
Every morning, when I let the dogs out, I go and check on my garden. I just love seeing what seems like overnight growth out there!
Carrot forest in the early morning shade.
Spaghetti squash plants
Look! A baby spaghetti squash!
Peppers, tomatoes and peas.
I have been pulling out the row cover frames and stringing up a nylon rope trellises for all the vining plants. I think I've cleared out every store around here for stakes, but then, I won't need to buy them again next year.
I even have baby apples that look like apples!
A few "puzzy" peaches, as Almost Grown calls them.
So, I am trying to get recovered from the travel (Did I ever tell you I hate air travel ?) and stay ahead of the produce bag orders. Now that AG is home, we have some big outdoor projects to tackle; painting the fence, installing the drain system, putting down a small patio section where the grass won't grow, etc. I don't know how much we can get done while she's here, but we will make a start at least.
The pain in my shoulder is subsiding, but the burning in my elbow (which I thought was connected to the shoulder problem) won't go away. It feels like the sensation you get when you bang your funny bone, only it never stops! Back to the doctor today for my help, before I rip my arm off and beat myself senseless with it!
And so starts another week, down on the farm!