Sunday was a busy day for myself, and middle child, Joe. He chose to stay home instead of going to dad's, therefore he voluntarily became my right hand man (despite his protests).
We did 2 dump runs first thing to get it out of the way. One for regular trash and then the 2nd to finally get rid of the old bike frames taking up space in the garage. Still have a giant load of stuff to take to Saver's...hopefully this week.
Then we used the hoe to loosen up the garden again. With all the rain last week, it really packed it back down. We got about 1/2 of that done, and we had to take a break, it was just too dang hot in the sun. Later in the afternoon I went out and started planting, once the sun was behind the trees.
In true country girl fashion, I did it in shorts, a tshirt and bare feet. I was filthy by the time I was done! LOL!
These are near the back door and hold peas. They should sprout pretty quickly. They get full morning sun, then shade in the afternoon.
Doesn't look like much, but in those first four rows are 36 tomato plant seedlings, and in between are carrot seeds.
The four rows to the right of the sprinkler, are three rows of green beans, and one row of onions. I still need to plant another row of onions, the spinach, and the pickling cukes. Hoping to get that done this week one night after work.
And just for your amusement, I had company the whole time I was out there: