I threw all the lathe out through the bathroom window, and all the plaster I put into garbage bags. So an hour later and seven garbage bags of plaster this is what it looked like.
I know I have to do the same again today, as dh ripped out more on Tuesday after work.
In the afternoon I finished off raking under the willow tree, the grass is greening up there nicely.
This is a photo of the fir tree and the other willow tree behind it. I also raked under the fir and willow tree.So now I need to have a fire as the firepit is over flowing.
That's the raspberry bushes behind the fire pit and they are not looking well at all, so don't think I will be harvesting raspberries this year :0(
Molly spent most of the day on the back deck protecting the house from those pesky squirrels. They (the squirrels) have taken to sunbathing on the top of the logs in the sun. Between me and you I think they do it just to annoy Molly!!
In my column this week for the Eden Valley Messenger I talk about the fighter jets that fly back and forward in the Eden Valley. Here is a link to the column.
Did you remember to put your money in your Daily Savings Pot today?
Today's Money Saving Tip:
Manure. Visit local farms (even city farms) and see if they have any manure they are willing to give you. If you offer to muck out a pen for it yourself they may be more agreeable.
You could even make it a regular agreement and you would never have to buy another bag of manure.
If you don't want to use manure in your garden or you have difficulty getting hold of it you can also make your own fish fertilizer.