The other night Byron stumbled upon the no-till garden, and the next morning he promptly picked up the shovel and started making it happen. The no-till garden seemed like a good compromise in the short term, and a perfect solution in the long run. Though we had tilled the soil in our garden plot, we won't be doing it again. Ever, we hope. Here's how it works:
|Byron first made a path around the perimeter while I measured and marked the aisles and rows. The hoop house entrance will be smack between the two H-braces at the far end of the garden.|
|Remember all that hay we foraged last fall? Byron carried a couple empty trash cans to the loft of the barn and filled them with hay for...|
|And lest you think all we do is work outside, here's Charlie at soccer practice. He's quite good. So see? Sometimes we're normal Americans.|
|And a trip to the Botanical Gardens...|
|A visit from my Grandma...|
|...and my Aunty Sandy.|
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