The weather is not improving quickly enough, but none-the-less certain jobs have to be done. Some paths segments had to be straightened and all the path’s edges had to be cleaned. Here are a few segments of path: There were some toms on the windowsill that could go in the greenhouse. First all the leaves except the very top had to be clipped off. A horizontal trench was dug, and the tall, naked tom was laid to rest, and watered-in. The stems and rootball was covered with their pot used for watering. A twig was lain upon the soil to mark where the stem is for feeding purposes later on. You can see that I leave only a couple of leaves and they are curled up against the stick which they will grow up. Then finally, the bean patch had to have the winter mulch raked away, the surface schoffeled and then raked fine with a claw rake. That soil is beautiful and looks like soil oughtta look. Once the soil was prepared, up went the wigwams. I really feel like I am ready for spring now...just another coupla weeks, then in go the bean plantlets and we’re off !