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All of my friends (with the exception of Mel) are outside working in, or at least cleaning up their gardens.

Mine are still under about 4" of snow.  Along with all of the back yard.  Not counting the Eloise-high piles at the bottom of the driveway.




Mar. 20th, 2011 10:11 am (UTC)
I have no snow. I do have lots of .... things. The snow is prettier.

There's a whole back slope with about a six foot drop over about 6 feet that is covered in weedy six foot high bushy stuffs with purple berries which died off over the winter. I'd like to get rid of them by next year. As well as the front hedge, which doesn't do much except make it hard to see what's coming down the road as you back out. (It desperately needs trimming too, but I'd rather have a picket fence, or nothing at all.) Ditto for the first panel of the privacy fence, the one that wasn't put up right, so all the posts are leaning in opposite directions. At least for garden plots I'm using the community garden again, so I don't have to worry about that. But I should think about starting seedlings. Time to get out the graph paper. I have to find out when the best time to do new lawn is, so we can rent a rototiller and dig up everthing, since there are a lot of odd dips and dents, and now the ruts from the U-Haul.

I suspect most of this will end up as next year's projects.