Stretched!

One thing about feeding so many yard cats. Especially in the winter. Sometimes, they make you feel really, really loved and appreciated! In between trying to chomp my fingers. ūüėÄ Butterscotch in particular likes to strrreeetttcchhh out for pets. Or stand in her back legs. She's so sweet, when she's not vicious and mean! ūüėÄ … Continue reading Stretched!

Analyzing our 2021 garden: the abject failures!

Since we¬†ordered¬†SO¬†many¬†things for¬†this year, and expanded how much space we were gardening in, I decided to go over groups of things in separate posts, in no particular order and spread over the next few days. This is the last post in this series. The utter and complete failures! It was such a very difficult growing … Continue reading Analyzing our 2021 garden: the abject failures!

Analyzing our 2021 garden: the odd stuff

Since we¬†ordered¬†SO¬†many¬†things for¬†this year, and expanded how much space we were gardening in, I decided to go over groups of things in separate posts, in no particular order and spread over the next few days. There were a few things we planted this year that we won't know how they will do until next year, … Continue reading Analyzing our 2021 garden: the odd stuff

Analysing our 2021 garden: lettuce, spinach, tomato, poppy and asparagus

Since we¬†ordered¬†SO¬†many¬†things for¬†this year, and expanded how much space we were gardening in, I decided to go over groups of things in separate posts, in no particular order and spread over the next few days. Quite a mix of success and ... almost success... in this post! First, the asparagus! I've honestly lost track of … Continue reading Analysing our 2021 garden: lettuce, spinach, tomato, poppy and asparagus

Analyzing our 2021 garden: carrots, beets and potatoes

Since we ordered SO many things for this year, and expanded how much space we were gardening in, I decided to go over groups of things in separate posts, in no particular order and spread over the next few days. Here we have some things we all grew last year, if not the same varieties. First, the beets. Last year, … Continue reading Analyzing our 2021 garden: carrots, beets and potatoes

Analyzing our 2021 garden: squash, gourds and melons

Since we¬†ordered¬†SO¬†many¬†things for¬†this year, and expanded how much space we were gardening in, I decided to go over groups of things in separate posts, in no particular order and spread over the next few days. When we had our first garden in 2020, one of the things we ordered was a summer squash mix from … Continue reading Analyzing our 2021 garden: squash, gourds and melons