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Wednesday, September 14, 2005

Journal Entry 2005-09-14

Gardening in the High Desert

The sunrise was a deep burgundy red this morning, with the hills in purple-black silhouette. Totally awesome. Crisp autumn air. The type of sunrise to sit on the step with a up of hot tea and just soak in the morning.

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Monday, September 12, 2005

Journal Entry 2005-09-12

Gardening in the High Desert

We worked on making a shelter in the dog's pen yesterday. MDH and son got the decking and framing done. MDH and I did the walls. I really like working with MDH on these things. Son got kind of huffy that his dad yelled at him, but I told him that's how Dad's are. My dad yelled at me when we built things, too, but that didn't mean he hated me... 

I dug up some weeds in front of the dog pen between the dog pen and the front fence. Going to plant daffodils there, at least for this year.

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Sunday, August 14, 2005

Journal Entry 2005-08-14


Gardening in the High Desert
[Sunday] I won't be building a garden room any time soon, but I wonder how my garden bench would fare outside all winter.
WINTER THOUGHTS
  • Bulbs for forcing
  • Don't forget that you got a bunch of Christmas stuff last year
  • Buy some music or nature sound CDs 
[Note from 2018-12-12: I never did build a garden/potting bench.  Maybe this year...]

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