Instead, it seemed to be more important to work in the big garden and work on some other crops. Remember that sunken, clay filled row I showed in the video? It is now a half row of different basil (it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, but did require breaking of the clods and adding a thick layer of last year's used Miracle Grow potting mix/Cow manure to ensure a nice loose bed). On the other side of the blueberry bushes is a half row of a bush green bean called Jade. I also dug two additional half rows and did the initial cultivation; tomorrow I hope to plant those in bush beans as well. After I accomplish that, all that remains to complete the big garden is to dig up one more long row, which will contain some small sections of bush beans obtained from SSE members - some dried beans, and a few bush types. Yes, we love green beans and dried beans and seem to never be able to plant enough!
I actually am thinking that the big garden could be a perfect spot to park some of the final plantings of hot peppers in small, 1 gallon containers - but we shall see if there is sufficient room to do so.
I also took my hand held audio recorder and made initial observations on all tomato plants. Most have flower buds, and a surprising amount have open flowers already!