Spaded garden

I turned over more of my vegetable plot today. It’s about 3/4 ready to plant with snow peas, of which I think I have four varieties. I’ll say more (which varieties are in which rows, for instance) when I plant ’em, which could be as early as tomorrow but probably won’t. The dark area in the picture is not a pit, just soil that’s not covered with dry leaf litter and grass thatch.

View from bathroom window

I don’t think there was much else to report for the day, except for a walk up the hill across the street (the trail starts at the Bowen parking lot driveway), through the Hebrew College parking lot, through the Andover Newton Thological School’s president’s house’s garden, and back down the hill. The president’s backyard is coming up in profusely blooming naturalized crocuses!

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male born 1944 mathematician by training, software engineer by profession; retired since Labor Day 2013 birder, cyclist, unicyclist, eraser carver, knitter when possible