Thursday, June 9, 2011

Flood update, garden growing still

The flood watch is in full swing here. I went down on the land this morning and looked around. The two pictures below says it all. Those are flowing rivers where there usually isn’t any water.

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We were supposed to have a scout camp/father and sons outing down here this weekend but we will probably have to wuss out and camp near higher ground. I suppose Be Prepared is the scouting motto and I really don’t like the thought of waking up to a tidal wave in the middle of the night.

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I thought our garden would be washed out with all this rain but things are doing quite well. Here’s a potato plant coming through.

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The onions are doing rather well. Probably the best out of all the veggies.

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Pea’s are up and coming along.

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And the comfrey is doing well. I can’t remember how to spell Mullin but it’s some kind of herbal plant. Milly will correct me in the morning if Lucy doesn’t beat her to it.

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I’m tempted to put up this sign down on the land. Molly thought this sign meant “watch out for deer tickling” but I’m guessing deer don’t tickle too often.

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What do you think this sign could mean?

2 comments:

  1. The sign could mean you have angry deer in your
    yard!!

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  2. the man looks like he is being tickled! WATCH OUT PEOPLE! do not go too close to a deer and if you do you will be tickled to death!!!

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