We have located the source of water problems in the bathroom. St. John of the Asylum
Hi guys. We re in the middle of a heat wave. Over 20C...some days over 30C. We are into our "long days" now, so there is a lot of sun to go around. Along with warm temps comes the rain. I have planted most "seed" crops. I will put transplants out when I get a … Continue reading Building a Bed
I hate labels. I am bipolar. When I say that to some people, they have perceptions depending on their interactions with "crazy people". I went to a dentist for a pre-op appointment. He noticed that my chart said I was bipolar. "You won't hit me, will you?" he said with a nervous laugh. "I hardly … Continue reading Labels
Getting back on track, my friends. We have almost finished mud season and actual spring is just around the corner. We are expecting temps in the high teens (18C) with possible highs in the 20's by next week. Soil in the beds has finished thawing, for the most part, so I will be able to … Continue reading Spring has officially sprung! (for us)
Hello dear readers. I know, I know...I have been procrastinating. (NOTE: began this two weeks ago). That is really the only word for it. It is my nature. I am still in the process of reordering my site, so it has some kind of structure, but I have been a little in the dumps. I … Continue reading Yeah…so this has been going on
April 14. Hopefully last big snowfall of the season. In case you think I am joking, here is a picture Sarah took yesterday. Snow seems to have stopped and things will clear up in no time. My beds were just starting to show, but this stuff will melt quickly. We are well into longer hours … Continue reading Spring? hahahahahahaha!
I remember as a young child being forced to work in the family garden. We very seldom had much of a garden, really, but I hated it. My grandparents were the ones who loved plants. Grandpa had farmed, but bought a gas station in a tiny town on the Trans-Canada highway. Grandma ran the diner. … Continue reading Gardening Roots