I took advantage of a beautiful day to do a little bit of this and a little bit of that.
First, I want to bring you up to date on the chicken coop/garden shed project. We have a little more to do on the inside, but my builder’s first priority is my dad’s house and then it’s my turn. I’m waiting until the middle of April to plant the living roof. Can’t wait to see how it turns out!
But I don’t like the white door. We found it in the barn, but it doesn’t really go with the rustic-ness of the cedar.
Any suggestions? A design? Different color?
To the left of the coop is the barn and this mess is what the chicken’s get to look at.
Wild, thorny blackberry bushes. So I did a little trimming and ended up with this.
This will make those berries sooo much easier to reach come July.
I got tired of being scratched and whacked by thorny limbs, so I decided to go check on the plants in the greenhouse.
The broccoli plants are growing quickly.
At least they were until Sheldon Gray Kitty Cooper jumped on a flat and tipped them over–clearly violating the greenhouse conduct rule of the roommate agreement. Strike one.
The perennials I started from seed last year are waking up.
And, as I rounded the corner of the house, I saw a sunset to the west
And the moon rising in the east
It was a good day.