Sunday, April 24, 2005

Another pretty Spring day

Last night it got down to 32.It warmed up quickly once the sun came up.I planted a flat of strawberries ,weeded the garden and worked on my son's iguana cage.I plan to plant some tomatoe plants tommorow. I DON'T HAVE TO GO TO WORK AT THE DESK JOB MONDAY MORNING.THE COMPUTER'S ARE DOWN FOR MAINTENANCE. I will sleep late ,probably put up a little fence and then plant.Hopefully the wife will buy some more strawberrie plants while she's in town. I found 4 edible strawberries in the flat I planted today.Now how's that for a good day? ;-)

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Blogger bog said...

It's the next day.I just realized that I forgot some things in my earlier post.I was picking up my son at his friends and invested a few minutes talking to his mother Jamie .She rents a Metal building on her property to relatives who use it to build cabinets.I'd noticed a large pile of scrap wood and sawdust .I asked Jamie what was done with the pile of wood and sawdust.She said her relatives burned it.I asked her if I they would mind if I scavenged the scrap pile and she said they would have no problem with this.I have a wood stove at home that I use all winter so this is great.The sawdust can also be used in my garden as mulch for my strawberries etc.Tucker Carlson said on his show yesterday that recent government studies now document that fat people live longer so I CAN EAT ALL THE STRAWBERRIES I WANT FROM NOW ON.WOOHOO!!! ;-)

9:38 AM  
Blogger bog said...

THIS IS AS PAUL HARVEY SAYS,"THE REST OF THE STORY".I forgot to tell thereaders that as I was loading the wood I threw the end of one board through the back window of my pickup.I can handle something like thisthough since I was planning to get another back window .It's just money right? What really ticks me off is the kids darn geese getting in my garden this morning.They wereeating my strawberry and tomato plants.Does anyone out there have a good goose recipe? ;-)

8:54 PM  
Blogger jukelahoopla said...

Geese make great jerky so I'm told. Just use your favorite jerky recipe, slice it about 1/4 inch thick and dehydrate it. Grind the dark meat, marinate it in your favorite jerky spices, freeze it, then use your electric knife to slice 1/4 inch slabs off the frozen roll. Then dehydrate it, mmmm mmmm no more geese in the garden. I prefer shooting them, though I haven't been out more than 2x since growing up in Nebraska. I have a great dog for fetching them now, just need to get motivated....

7:29 PM  
Blogger bog said...

Thanks for the info on goose jerky.The geese laid a lot of eggs this spring.Next year they'll be sexually mature and we'll try to raise some goslings.

8:34 PM  

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