Garden is Ready to Go.

Notice I did not say “finished”. I believe this vegetable garden will never be finished. Is a garden ever really finished?

From far away

Laurie built one of her now-famous rock walls and we ordered 3 yards of topsoil from Thompson Ridge nursery. They came in the morning and dumped the soil right behind the rock wall. That made life so easy because all we had to do was spread it out and by “we” I mean Laurie.The green fence around the garden is my very frist fence. It was not all that hard, just bang the posts into the ground, hit a rock, dig up said rock, try again, hit another rock, throw hammer in a safe direction, swear about buying a new house with no rocks, walk to retrieve hammer, try again, post in. See? Easy.


4 Comments on “Garden is Ready to Go.”

  1. Busy-Dad-E says:

    Looks great! So what all did you plant? Hopefully no one was in the path of the hammer, Thor.


    • O'Shea Shenanigans says:

      Yeah I forgot to mention that part. EDIT: “Throw hammer in a safe direction” :-). I have no idea what we planted. My wife went nuts at the nursery. Tomatos, and strawberries is all I know. I ‘ll ask her tonight.


  2. bluesuit12 says:

    It looks really good. Be sure to post whatever comes out of it.


    • O'Shea Shenanigans says:

      Oh yeah, I plan too. I asked Laurie what is in the garden. She told me then I forgot. Strawberries, tomatos, rasberry, blueberries, some other stuff that will get it’s own post.


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