Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Garden Tour



It was another regular day, which is a good thing.

Breakfast used up the last of my berries.
Mid morning I had a banana,
And half a Larabar.
Lunch was Sashimi!  Hooray!  I just love it.

I don't think I ate in the afternoon at work, but once home, I had a big bowl of cereal and a key Lime Larabar.  No photo.

Dinner was leftover stew and bread.
These two pictures I really like.  It's The Shepherd, his dad and they guy that works for them.  Checking out the cut hay to see if it's dry enough to bag.  They look good, working together, thinking.

Here are garden photos from last night:

Freshly cultivated beans:


Peas, almost ready.
Garlic.
A beautiful 100 feet of hilled potatoes.  That was a big job.
Carrots.
Some wacky looking beets.
Garden Shot:
Garden shot:
Have a great day,

Jess

13 comments:

  1. Your garden is amazing! I'm so jealous!! :)

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  2. Last of the berries???? Oh no! Are you going to pick up more strawberries this weekend or switch it up? The garden looks fabulous. I'm totally jealous!

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  3. I l ove sashimi too-it's so good!

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  4. Wow that is an impressive garden! There are no weeds in sight - how do you manage that?

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  5. I love stew as a leftover meal with some crusty bread--and your garden is amazing!! All the hard work definitely pays off.

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  6. Wow... I am sooo jealous of your garden! I want one like it...onnne day :)

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  7. I am yet another commenter that is terribly jealous of your beautiful garden. :-)
    Your lunch looks fantastic!!! I miss eating fish....
    :-)

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  8. i really wish i could have the skills necessary to have a garden.
    I love it! everything looks so green and beautiful!

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  9. love it. love it. love it!!!
    and cant wait to be in it ♥

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  10. Your garden looks great! I wish I didn't have such a black thumb! I somehow manage to kill everything I plant.

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  11. I love how you can eat so many foods fresh from the garden. I'm just not a gardner...

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  12. Your garden is looking GORGEOUS!

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  13. I have yet to try sashimi but REALLY want to!

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