Shabbat Shalom! – another great teaching from Steve at Torah Family.
Thankfully, I’ve accomplished quite a lot despite being inside most of the days. I did mess up by mowing a small bit of tall lawn after my recip cows had grazed a spot about as short as they were going to. Yeah, i was pretty shut down the next day. My bad.
I had posted on facebook about building what The Seed Guy calls a lasagne bed. By that he means to layer brown and green compostable stuff to build soil for next spring’s garden. I scrounged around for a couple of 16 ft boards and cut a couple of 2 ft boards and lag screwed the four pieces into a long box. Yes, i know that a 4 by 16 foot bed would be more efficient, but as you can see from my photo, i can only reasonable access two feet because of its proximaty to the propane tank. Plus, this is plenty big for me; i don’t particularly like to garden and i’m not good at it at all. But, I like a particular variety of heirloom tomato and my Asian long pole green beans. I might throw in a few lettuce and spinach seeds early in the season.
Also, managed to defrost and clean out the freezer amongst a host of other tasks.
Starts at sundown and goes until tomorrow at sundown. A shabbat.