These tasks are well under way:
Straw bales positioned and conditioning underway (today is Day 3)
Initial plantings of greens and beets are doing well; I am keeping them well watered during this hot spell.
Row of beans planted yesterday
Driveway rearranged so that I could bleach the edge surface (that was begrudgingly done yesterday)
Today should see rescrubbing the driveway edge with a solution of a quat. detergent - after that, the pots can be placed after they themselves are bleached and soaked in detergent.
I hope to put in a few hills of summer squash and one of cucumbers (there is now a pot of Diva cukes on the deck - the seeds haven't germinated yet)
My goal is to get the driveway edge large pot indeterminate tomatoes planted by Sunday (which will mean a trip to Home Depot for copious amounts of Miracle Gro potting mix and Moo Nure). I can't plant the bales for another week or so, which will give me time to work on additional pots for driveway Dwarf tomatoes, peppers and eggplant.
My fitbit tells me I am putting between 15-20K steps on my sore, tired wheels....and my double torn ACL knees remind me of this each evening! Still, there is absolutely nothing like spending a sweaty but productive and rewarding day digging in the dirt (if not washing out pots!).
We still have loads of seedlings - just because I've switched gears does not mean we are saying goodbye to so many healthy plants - it is still single digit May, after all!