we are in for a change though from Friday's forecast high of nearly 70F to a high of 37F on Sunday.
in the gardens news, i've been working on the 2nd to the last garden to have ready for winter. friends brought over a load of goodies yesterday so i also had to get those either used on the strawberries or buried in the garden. but today at least i almost finished one edge of it (removing plants growing there that keep spreading into the garden). all those plants and the weeds on the surface all get scraped and tossed into a nice hole where they can feed the worms for the next few years.
found a nice big fat healthy night-crawler and was glad it was not injured so i put it in a nice new spot and hope it can find a good home there. plenty of goodies a few feet down for it to burrow into. when i first started gardening here there were no night-crawlers at all and worms were not around in large numbers. today's moving of dirt found many more and evidence of worm tunnels well down into the subsoil/clay. all good to see as it means the methods are accomplishing what i'd like.
after a bit of work tomorrow i can call this garden done for this season (leaving the other edge for next year -- that will be a major project to clear that up).
Friday i hope i can get the last garden taken care of.
when i was doing my math earlier in the week i was happy to say that i had 1.2 gardens to go, but that 0.2 is taking three days... haha. the 1.0 will take only a few hours once we get the beets out of there. a much smaller garden and the edges are easy and don't need to be redone or cleaned up much.
maybe i'll get pictures... someday.
any other garden news? not too much. with the start of hunting season we've had deer moving around and a few have been coming through at night now to munch on some of the clover. yesterday morning was like a war zone around here with all the guns going off.
ok, guess that is enough of my rambles for now, peace, etc. :)