During another week of rain and surprise snow, we found a window of opportunity on Sunday afternoon to get the fence frame into place. Jim had purchased the lumber in February (during a snowstorm), then built the ten-foot-long sections in our garage. All he had to do on site was screw them to the base and stakes, and fasten the sections to each other.
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Looking good. 🙂 No rabbits in your garden this year !!!
I see the Weeping Willow in the far background is looking just like the ones here right now, a lovely golden colour. Would you believe I have lettuce, peas. and chard up, even though we have had frost at night? They are just short rows for an experiment to see if they can survive. I won’t really get to normal planting for a while yet, and then you will be way ahead of us. Your garden looks very professional. I expect you can hardly wait to get planting, and then to enjoy the lovely organic vegetables your garden produces.