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Friday, June 19, 2015

Cherries

Took an inventory of the hay this morning and hope I have enough until 2nd cutting is ready.
All the rain has kept the farmers from baling their 1st.



 Once again the girls preferred the indoor over the pasture....bugs I imagine.

 At 10:15 I took Gucci and Phoebe down to the Brockport Animal Hospital to get their heartworm tests.  There was a puppy there that was a major cutie.  Half chihuahua half pomeranian.
 His name is Monte.
 Ironically, the temperature was in the low 60s today.  We are on some kind of merry-go-round.
 Gary is through with his job at Sara's and spent much of the day in the gardens.  For the first time, deer are going after a couple things....like beans and hostas.
 This is the first year we have had a decent crop of cherries.  Our two trees are young and we do not spray them.  They are delicious!




 Defrosted some soup for dinner...
 made a salad with the spinach from our garden and got out the pumpernickel bread.
 Chores at 7:45.





 Put up a few wire fence sections next to the garden to try and protect it from the critters.
 The cabbage is beautiful.

Night all.

3 comments:

  1. Oh your garden looks great! As do the cherries. Hopefully next year, I will be gardening up a storm!

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  2. Monte is so sweet looking. Oh nice pictures. Thanks for showing all. Yummy garden selection.
    Horses look nice too. Happy Saturday and a God bless Sunday.

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  3. Cherries are AMAZING here this year!
    Your garden looks great. I wish I had a husband who gardened. I am always deterred at the thought of heavy digging work. Oh well.

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