They are now attached to the pea fence for another rabbit deterrent. I just hope with "Biker Sally" up, the glass bottles in place, and now the pie pan bangers, the garden will thrive.
Our sugar snap peas are on, and growing quickly. I can't wait to harvest that first bite. Yum.
...I canned one batch of radish relish. We were completely out. With our family shrinking, I canned it in 4 oz. jars. I'll be buying a new plastic storage container. I use it constantly throughout canning season. Sigh....
In the hustle and bustle of party prep, Hubby waited until party day to clear a path where tree #2 was felled and remains to be cleaned up (partially). He tripped and fell, scraping up his legs and hand. I finally got after him, with his non-stop complaining (and him not putting homemade neosporin on it), and pulled some plantain from the flower bed. He had mowed, so it was slim pickin's anywhere else. In one day his cuts were pain free and healing. I had one tiny spot of poison ivy, and applied it as well. Boom! Gone!
As for the rodent rabbits? Well, the glass bottles must be working. The sweet potato tops that were chewed down by them, are now growing again, and no more damage. Same with bell peppers, but the tomatoes are iffy. I need to put bottles out in the back tomato patch next.
I have another library book to share later. And the curried lentil recipe too. And another spread recipe to share.