11 June 2017

more Garden this week Monday 6 June through Sunday 11 June 2017

     During this week ( Monday 6 June through Sunday 11 June 2017) we visited the library a couple of times and did a little work. Tuesday evening we added 2 yellow squash pants and seeds to empty hills; also 2-3 cayenne pepper and 2 bell pepper plants, and 5 cucumber and 4 sugar baby watermelon around our circular cages in the middle east quadrant of the garden.  Brought in two loads of mulch for the corn.
     Then Saturday Deej picked peas, onions, and weeded. Also thinned to beets.
            She had gone and visited Sharon over in the valley to work on the funeral, obit, etc.
            Meanwhile Philip had gone to the morning T-Ball game, taking the forgotten 2 left (from the beach) kids cereal boxes. Also gave Clementine a sea creatures small hard page little book which Naomi read to Clementine in the shade; Elijah kept 'harassing' a teammate girl but repeatedly knocking off her cap.  I gave Elijah a Shark book Tim and Kathy brought chairs and were at the game for the last 1/2 hour or so. Talking about picking mulberries for juice; Naomi said, right, we have two trees also at my mom's house, which keep falling on the car as we drive in.
      Then at 2:30 pm and after I helped Hauser, driving the 88 Dodge Diplomat (without air-conditioning working), loading and taking 13  boxes and 17 broken down cardboard boxes to the Recycling. Bringing back the empties and carting them into his office and then heading out to (Putt Putt) Storage - lots of problems getting in because the office had closed at 1 pm  and Hauser's codes didn't work when he punched them into the keyboard, but another guy helped us to get in - then we were concerning about getting out. Loaded up 16 boxes of more than 60 boxes in his storage cubicle quickly with the borrowed cart. We got the car out fine at the gate with the new code procedure he had learned for another storage guy, but almost got guillotined by the heavy metal gate as it came crashing down and  closed on top of us as Walter and I tried to rush out after putting in the code at the keyboard 25 feet away from the gate.  Barely made it.  Whew! Back at University Apartments, I unloaded and then loaded the 16 boxes into his office as Florence and he road off for a 5 pm supper. 
     Sunday in the middle of a very hot (90s) day, we prepared a south row for okra and planted them - forking and scuffle hoeing the row.  Also brought in two loads of mulch to place on each side of the planted okra. Deej didn't want the plants too close, so we put two seeds at 5-6 inches apart. Philip thinned one middle row of corn.  Too, too hot. Deej pumped water into a can, and watered the droopy tomato plant. Sweaty work.
   Picked up tacos and senior root beer drink.
   Where is our swimming pool? 

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