Analyzing our 2021 garden: peas and beans

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. To start, let's take a look at our peas and beans. I had wanted to … Continue reading Analyzing our 2021 garden: peas and beans

Analyzing our 2021 garden: overview and planning for 2022 and beyond

With snow on the ground and temperatures dropping, this is the perfect time to look at how our gardens did this past year, compare it to the year before where we can, re-examine our goals, make some adjustments, and use that information to plan on what we will do next year. Because we went from … Continue reading Analyzing our 2021 garden: overview and planning for 2022 and beyond

Scrambling to catch up, and a court update

Today turned out to be a lovely day. Sunny, and at a high of 8C/46F, warmer than predicted. It made it very hard to believe that there is a storm and blizzard coming our way, starting tomorrow! While my phone's weather app has been saying a blizzard was coming since yesterday, it was only until … Continue reading Scrambling to catch up, and a court update

The good, the bad, the “someone just shoot me now”

What a day. What a long day that started really well... I had a very enthusiastic crowd waiting for me this morning. Including the new edition. I was even able to pet her a few times, though she kept moving away when I did. But yes, I was able to confirm. Our new addition is … Continue reading The good, the bad, the “someone just shoot me now”

Manual labour is good therapy, and a court update

I headed out early today, for my court date with our vandal. It's been a year, minus a day, since my first court date regarding my application for a restraining order was scheduled. It was a very, very long day. No, it's not resolved. But before I get into that, I will talk about something … Continue reading Manual labour is good therapy, and a court update

More fall clean up, prowlers, and there’s a stranger in town!

While it was a warm day today, it wasn't quite warm enough to work on garden beds, so once the outhouse floor was done, I focused on doing a number of small jobs around the yard. One of them was to replace the grass mulch on the garlic beds with a thick layer of straw. … Continue reading More fall clean up, prowlers, and there’s a stranger in town!