Until late afternoon, when some clouds began to roll in.
We are expecting some rain tomorrow, but we got up to 63 today!
Just a week ago, it was snowing, and "they" say there is a possibility of more snow the week after next, but a snowy mix.
Our last frost date IS April 15!
The vegetable beds are now all layered and topped off.
I planted peas last week, but am planting more tomorrow.
I'll show you my garden plan at that time, too.
I went through all of our seeds today, and I am going to try to germinate some packed for last year.
I did start zinnia seeds today, inside, and we are hoping to get started on the greenhouse within the next two weeks We did not know when we ordered it in February we would have bad weather so long.
Everyone was a happy camper in the beautiful weather. See Moe, the Top Dog (rooster) in the middle? He was the runt of the litter last year, and has become the Head Guy of the Henspa.
I'll take a closeup of him tomorrow, and show you his cool comb. The rest of this flock was outside enjoying the fresh air.
We still have a ton of yard cleanup to do. This is part of the shipping crate for the greenhouse components. We are going to break it up and take everything to the transfer station (dump) along with lots of other things that have accumulated. It really bothers me when this stuff sits in the yard and kills the grass underneath.
Two huge tree branches have to be taken down to the brush pile, too.
Lilly helped me close up tonight, she was looking around for varmints in the henspa yard. I have to give credit to that shadecloth... it got packed with snow again this week, and did not tear, so we did not take it down again. Yesterday afternoon and today, all the snow in it melted, so it is still in great shape.
Someone else was waiting for me, too. The heat is very, very hard on pugs... and even today's moderate temps were hard on Abs. I finally brought her inside and turned a fan on for her. She was wound up most of the day today, and wanted to play, play, play.
I'll try to get my garden plan down to show you all tomorrow. Until then,
that's it for a lovely Spring day from Calamity Acres.