Monday, June 23, 2008
Thursday, June 19, 2008
The boys got to spend the first three days of the week helping take some cows out on Parker mountain. It felt like I had my boys back. They are so used to herding cows all summer that this summer has been kind of difficult for them. As if Planting gardens, pulling up dead trees, helping get ready for the baby, building dog houses, etc. Just isn't what summer is for. Our turn to herd cows dosen't come up this year untill the end of August just a week or so before school starts. They sure are missing it so it was nice to see them happy on Mon., Tues., and Wed. Doing what they, obviously, love best, herding cows and riding horses.
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
|Hah Hah, The garden is finally planted. |
"This late?" You may ask.
Yeah, But here in Loa it really isn't late. My neighbor has replanted his garden two times and his tomatoes three times because of the cold.
So I ask, "Is it really all that late?"
We've had an extremely long hard winter and I don't think I have the energy to plant my garden twice. Last year I planted late and raised the best garden I've ever had. I even got Corn on the cob And not just the usual 10-12 ears. I had boxes of it. sure I had to hang my tomatoe plants upside down in the garage but I was eating home grown tomatoes for Thanksgiving. so..... Now all I really have to do by July is get that last room in the basement finished and Braden moved into it so that I can get the babies room ready upstairs. Yes! I'm getting there. It feels good!!!