Friday, April 9, 2010

Everyday Life

Final carrots dug from last season. Still fresh and crisp after their long winter nap.

Soil sample report back from the local agricultural extension office after sending them ~
Soil-to-Go

New Spring boots.
In orange.. of course.

15 comments:

dmoms said...

what did you learn about your soil? my husband wants to do this. and, loving those boots.

Jaspenelle said...

Oh my gosh, WHERE did you get those boots? Love!

Rachel B. said...

Yeah, how do you go about getting your soil tested? I know you need to call you local extention office but I'm having a hard time finding it. Also, how long did it take you to get the results?

Laurie said...

Those boots!!!

Leigh said...

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog and taking time to leave a comment about the potatoes. Your information is helpful, because I have no idea what to expect in terms of potato poundage!

I am also interested that you are into beekeeping. That is on our list for next summer, 2011.

A Friend Across the Miles said...

Bugs Bunny would be proud!!!

Beegirl said...

Jaspenelle-Found the boots at the Do It Best Hardware store..of all places! Made in the USA to boot!

Chiot's Run said...

I so want to grow carrots over the winter. Must make a nice deep raised bed for them this year!

I should get a soil test, just haven't gotten around to it.

Kim said...

Cool boots!

jeanette, mistress of longears said...

love the boots!

underthebigbluesky said...

soil-to-go. hee.

love the boots.

Joanna said...

Funky wellies! I am interested to hear about your soil I wonder if your analysis includes the Ph level? We are quite acidic here at Ph 7 – 8.

deb said...

Those will be the sweetest carrots you have ever tasted! Don't you love digging up those treasures in spring?

Your boots are perfect. One day if you can't find them you might want to check my house first. I'm just saying....

Nancy said...

Absolutely love the boots. You'll be the best dressed gardner in the region!

mangocheeks said...

Its been a pleasure having a tour of your blog. It warmed my heart.