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a busy weekend
Well we were very busy the whole weekend. picking toms. then taking the tom plants out of the garden. were try something new. we heard if the vines were hung upside down the rest of the toms should ripen. there must be over a dozen hanging-we'll see what happens. Then we took down the post that went to the tomatoes. I dug up all the gladiolas and layed them out flat to dry. THEN we had to start digging around a few stumps (oh only about 5-6). My husband took a chain and pulled out a few with his ford ranger. As he says "never under estimate the work of a ford." Then my son brought home a tractor from work and started the BIG digging under those roots and stumps. Wow were some of these stumps huge. The last one came out today, I can't wait to show picts. I'm still flabergasted at the size of this last stump. It looks as if it would have takin up my whole garden.(if the roots had been upward). right now my 'old garden' looks like deep ditches (some were as deep as 5 ft.) and hills of dirt/sand. Its totally unbeleiveable. I would like to show as many picts as I can-maybe figure out how to just make a link to my photobucket may be easier.
As soon as I get them organized be watching for picts to come. What a weekend, whew.
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You've got me excited now, I can't wait to see what your yard looks like. If you want to show lots of photos, maybe you could mix a slide show on the Bucket?
Thanks Droopy, but don't get to excited. Its pretty tore up and now has to be put back together.
Good heavens, and I thought I was busy!!!
It sounds good. I can't wait to see the fotos. I love to see the hopeless views. They don't frighten me, because I know that when all the dirt and sand gets back in their places it's going to look just grand. Of that I have no doubt.
I am curious . . . if I pull my tommy toe vines up where do you suggest that I hang them. They are looking quite raggedy, but are still full of fruit.
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