You can't read on the trampoline at "regular" school!
Look what we found!
The playground, freshly mowed.
This next week I will get the garden planted. I'm glad I didn't get it in last week. We had a hailstorm come through. Not big hail, but a lot of it. The plants would have been small still, so they would have taken quite a beating. Of course in Oklahoma, that is a threat all spring and summer long. I have decided to only plant about half of my normal garden. I'll turn the rest over to the ducks. They should keep the weeds down, as well as provide some fertilizer. They are laying pretty regularly now, about 15 eggs a day. If I get out there before the crows I get all of them, if not they get away with some. Some days they'll take off with 5-8 eggs. Black demons, as Jeff calls them. They chickens are laying well also, about 2 dozen a day.
We'll only garden about half of this for this year. There's my cart!
One thing I will not be doing this spring, running. I went for a short run last week and my back is still acting up. Not only would running 6+ miles not be good for it, as I type this, I wonder how gardening is going to work out. At least I don't have to till. That is the one thing Jeff does, the rest is up to me. I guess I may have to use my handy cart/seat this year for more than just a cart.