Sunday, March 23, 2014


The soil is dry .. dry.. all the way down. Several drops of rain fell last night. A tease.

This is the time of year I always feel so disheartened by how the garden looks, but it is a good time to see what survived. We have been plagued by pests of all kinds this past summer as well as spending a lot of extra time tending our old dog instead of tending the garden. Time to get some soil building going on again.

There have been quite a few baby frogs this year though and quite a few tadpoles we gave away have become frogs in their new homes.

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