I planted more stuff today, and in an unusual container, one which we discussed moving around the yard. In the end, I left it where it has sat the last year, since we don't have horses anymore.
This trough was always a pain to fill and a pain to clean, and I was glad when I could quit using it, finally.
Not going to tell you what's in it... it's going to be a surprise for you, and for Keith.
I planted the same seeds in the garden, too.
I have to pat myself on the back... see the marker? I've used them all season.
At least four of the tomatoes are flowering now. Yayyyy! I can almost taste them.
The lettuce bed is going bonkers, and the birds are getting as much as we are. I'm taking a big bag to my friend Jill tomorrow.
I cleaned the henspa out and re-bedded it with fresh straw... and everyone was very happy.
Including everyone outside, because I put fresh straw down there, too. In the fall I am going to have GREAT compost.
These guys continue to crack us up. I spoke with Carol Abramovitz tonight, the lady whose goats I looked at in April. Her doe that she thought was due May 1st was actually due tomorrow... and I am going to go over and look at those babies, too. She asked me how many times a day I was feeding these two here, and I told her "three or four"... she gasped. I just added it up... they are getting fed six times, and have access to fresh hay, a tiny amount of feed, goat minerals, and fresh water. I'll reassure her when I see her Saturday or Sunday.
They played for a long time tonight with Aunt Abby, who got worn out.
I swear she thinks they are dogs.
Abby proves here that she still has the moves!
And there went my seed packet!