Well, we dodged another “frozen bullet”. Temps hit the mid 20’s the other evening. No damage. However, we can’t relax yet. Work continues on the garden project. Liners were added for weed protection. 11 yards of top soil was delivered. Mixing in some fertilizer, worms, compost….good start for our veggies. Blooming continues to catch the eye: peonies are on the verge of opening, Russian olive trees are sprouting, honeysuckle is thriving, ground cover is thick and lush and grasses sway. PVC pipe makes a hoop-like frame for the raised bed covers. Progress. Stay tuned!
peonies are sooooo loverly and their fragrance is devine! Robert just put in a small above ground garden in their back yard. you guys are such wonderful gardeners!
I look forward to showing you around…:)
You must be having a blast in your new digs!! Love the picts. So glad you’re still doing this. Keep in touch. Let me know if you want a cooking buddy. I’m free as a bird and loving it!!
Good morning Shelby. COME VISIT!!!!! We can stir up some good food and breathe this wonderful air. Seriously, come on out!!!
You are so cute! I love your posts! Happy spring to you & Tom’s new surroundings!!! xoxo Jody
Thanks Jody. Hope things are going well at the hotel. No one is a better advocate for Santa Fe than you!
Looking good. We spent the day working on our keyhole gardens.
Can’t wait for you two to visit. Bruce won’t believe the work we’ve done here…AND the work we are creating with our project!
Whew! Glad all is progressing and not frozen. Looks like a work intensive but rewarding project. Can’t wait to come in the summer to experience SF in a different season. 💜To all
Yes, late spring and summer should be great.
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