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Saturday, August 13, 2011

Yard Work

Pulled weeds, filled 6 large bags,
and that's only in the front yard - still need to do the side and back.
It's been very hot and wet here - too many things growing wild.

Dug up, divided and transplanted perennials.

Spread around 12 bags of mulch, not enough, will have to get more.

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Some workamping jobs are looking 
for help with landscaping.
They ask for pictures of "you and your rig".
Should I send pictures of my yard, too?












7 comments:

  1. Nice. I don't garden much anymore. The ground is to far away.

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  2. They just want to be sure you're not traveling in something embarrassing! If it's landscaping you're interested in, it couldn't hurt! :)

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  3. Unless you really need the money take a little time for you while you start your journey...I told myself after I retired early it is not against the law NOT to work...it took me about a year to believe that!

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  4. I can't see it hurting to send your garden pictures. It sure is pretty. I like Merikay reason for not gardening I might have to steal that line. Workamping isn't all that bad its usualy only 2 or 3 days a week.

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  5. The ground is still close enough for me to reach so I am still enjoying it. How about picture's of you & your rig beside your landscaping. That might knock off two birds with one stone.........so to speak.

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  6. I don't much care for yard work and any planting I do is in a pot. Having said that, I have berries growing around where I had bamboo planted last year and I think I need to go rescue it.

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