One of the few things I absolutely hated about having our Back 40 landscaped this Fall was watching all the work and not helping out. I'm used to heaving a wheel barrow and wielding a shovel, not sitting idly by. So getting into the garden this week has been really satisfying. And exhausting.
|Two and a half yards of shredded cedar. Half of the load I wheel barrowed into place today.|
Today's happiness included five yards of shredded cedar bark. It didn't look like a lot until the end of the day arrived and I still had a small pile remaining. Considering we still need about 10 more yards, I'm feeling like the bark will never end. But at least it's happy.
1. 24 Hours of Happy
2. If loving a wheelbarrow is wrong...
3. A trip to the nursery
5. Sweet peas
6. Cool as a...
7. A Butterfinger Blizzard
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5 tips for keeping the garden alive during a drought
Tips, tricks and warnings for growing tomatoes
6 tips for keeping mosquitoes away from your yard
Front yard veggie gardening
Spring joy in photos
Project Green Thumbs Season 5 to-dos
Labels: bark, front yard, Gardening, home and garden, landscaping, Oasis, personal, Sacramento, shredded cedar, weekend warriors, yard work