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5/15/2017 – 2nd week of Late Spring

Haven’t had much of a chance to do anything in the garden. The onions are up and a few seeds have sprouted. Definitely need to get some weeding and mulching done. Been planting my tree seeds. So far I have

Posted in Daily, Gardening

5/8/2017 – 1st week of Late Spring

Finally got half of the garden planted. The daughter and granddaughter helped a lot, so I have no idea what exactly is planted where. A small price to pay for making memories. I have ran setlines the last two weekends

Posted in Daily, Fishing, Gardening

4/10/2017 – 2nd week of Middle Spring

I never got around to posting last week. For the most part it was cool, wet, and dreary. Needless to say, I didn’t accomplish much except hiding inside. During one break in the rain I was able to put together

Posted in Daily, Fishing, Gardening

3/27/2017 – 4th week of Early Spring

The sand plums are in full bloom. Hopefully there aren’t many cold snaps left this year. Finally remembered to start prepping the seeds I gathered last year (acorn, black walnut, hackberry, hawthorn, honeylocust, rose, and sumac). They all got an

Posted in Daily, Foraging, Gardening

3/16/2017 – 2nd week of Early Spring

Purchased all the supplies to build two raised beds. If I was smart, I would have had the lumber cut down at the store. Now I have to track down a saw. Also started getting catalogs from the chicken hatcheries.

Posted in Animals, Daily, Gardening

2/4/2017 – 5th week of Middle Winter

Not much progress the last week as my primary occupation has kept me pretty busy. I got a few more pages of the Plant Guide done and I am brain storming on how I want the kitchen garden to look.

Posted in Daily, Gardening


I’ve got the basics of the floor plan figured out. The decisions that need to be made are: Regular closet vs walk-in closet. I lose a little floor space with the walk-in, but it might be worth it. Kitchen and

Posted in Gardening, House
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