I was thrilled to see that our potatoes are up. I've never been this successful, this early in the garden season.
The radishes are up too. I'm going to plant more, because I have a plan for these. And that's not all that's happening in the garden....
The shell peas and the sugar snap peas are popping up. I am sure the carrots and beets will be up after this next rain. I'm pretty excited.
Two of our newest fruit trees are blossoming this year.
I finally got 240 onions planted, and a dozen brussel sprout plants in the ground. I hope to get more if I can find them.
We've had many foggy mornings again, and about 10:30am, I snapped this photo.
The fog has brought us some beautiful sunrises as well.
Hubby and I have been cutting up the fallen trees. It's a lot of work for sure.
The pollen count is high today, so I'm donning the biggest pair of sunglasses with a hat. Garden work must go on, regardless, because rain is coming, and seeds must go in.
I'm looking forward to a restfull evening on the front porch.
We had meatballs and homemade oven fries for dinner last night. I could go without all that bread, so next time I will look for small, crustier buns. Again, the meatballs were a hit. I do see that a nice pile of greens should have been added to that plate. Shame on me.
My fitbit logged 16,140 steps by bedtime last night. I hope the scale shows me weighing a bit lighter in the days to come.
On a last note, there was a request for the instructions/pattern to make a Christmas ornament I posted a few years ago. I'm writing it up, and hope to have it posted soon. I'm not tech-savvy to embed a pdf file on my blog post, so hopefully it turns out well.