Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Ridge Piece

I was going to use aluminum flashing to cover over the ridge of the roof, but luckily, Davie had some left over ridge pieces from his barn project. They were a bit awkward to transport from Davie’s to my house, … Continue reading

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A bittersweet harvest

A nice harvest of tomatoes to be sure, but I bet your wondering why I didn’t let them rippen on the vine ? This year has been terrible for gardens in the area, with rainy weather, a lack of much … Continue reading

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A Symbolic Step

I used some 2 inch wide boards from the barn as a level roof base, and it took the majority of a Saturday to nail them down. I was working in the HOT sun, and I knew my back was … Continue reading

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Trail Time

In the picture above, Sandy teaches my niece  the basics of the Equestrian Arts, i.e., Don’t Fall off = )  These days, I’m not much of a horse person, but before I got my license, I had a horse named Casper. I … Continue reading

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Long Range Plans

George bought 30 little blueberry plants, and here is their home. Each was planted in 2008, and they are slowly growing, some of them a even a bit taller then the stakes used to mark their location.  It may take … Continue reading

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Water Tables

I plan on growing my seedlings in the Greenhouse in much the same way that I grow them in my house. Each seed will be placed into a plastic or styrofaom container with holes in the bottom. The twist in … Continue reading

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