So, other than that, the gardening proceeds well. Both back rows are now planted - meaning I am done with the beets. Two bean rows, a basil row and a row for a big experiment - spring time Brussels sprouts - are ready to be planted. I am so far ahead of last year in some crops it is remarkable.
If I can get the front row ready for some dwarf tomatoes, and a few hills in the middle for squash and cukes, all that will be left is final planing and the deer fence (right now a water scarecrow is keeping an eye on things).
On today's remaining to-do list - more transplanting, and getting Kip back from the vet, where he has been under observation since last week....he was suffering from a blocked urethra....it was a very close call, and he apparently will always be prone to this (urethral cystitis).
Oh yes - also need to finish my slides for the gardening talk in Fayetteville, at the Cape Fear Botanical Gardens, this coming Friday. Whether I have any reasonably sized seedlings to bring with me remains to be seen....
I hope everyone is having a wonderful spring and is getting lots of time to dig in the dirt!