Meanwhile in the wilds of central Maine, our on again-off again love affair with snow and extreme cold continues. Saturday when he brought up the weather upon arising, TG reported that the thermometer was reading -18 and the wind chill was making it feel like -31. Serious BRRR. On these deadly cold nights, we
|Big enough to pet without |
my bending over!
Blizzard Monday was spent making 3/4" soil blocks and planting two full trays of onion seed... about 480 blocks. We are about to run out of onions from last year's planting, so I am going to use up the few seeds remaining in the packets this coming week, as well as a few left over from last year. We eat a lot of onions!
|NOT a small truck!|
|He tried! Snow flew |
higher than the hood!
|even with the loader, it was a big job!|
Doc visit turned out to be a trip to get the new knees x-rayed and then a perfunctory and brief "I ask questions, you answer them" visit with a brief look at the incisions and my range of
Good timing, that, as Wednesday being New Moon was the day we needed to haul recycles and trash (usually my job) and time to resupply groceries. I rather over-did it a bit (too long standing in WalMart after pushing my cart around, even though I only did a surgical strike based on my list with no wandering on top of several extra times getting in and out of the car) but the gave me a chance to try out the electric chairs at Sam's Club.
This coming week is going to be FULL of hexes!