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RE: Exceptional Weather Comes to an End


Thanks Kitty-  I just keep doing one section at a time-  I've got one more
section of grass to cut out to make room for the wall bricks, then I need to
lay the sand bed level..  Unfortunately I know this last section in going to
involve chopping out tree roots- I saved the worst part for last.  I'm
hoping for good weather next Mon/Tues and that the rock place can deliver
the 2 pallets of bricks early Monday, so that I can finish before I have to
go back to work on Wed.  I may be immobile at that point- I'm not as young
as I used to be either.   I have learned in the last year that I'm not
indestructible after all!

Theresa

I should take a picture of the before (well actually- in progress) and then
an after shot later.



-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of kmrsy@comcast.net
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 6:48 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Exceptional Weather Comes to an End


Theresa,
It's obvious you're younger than I am :+)

Your project for the corner hill sounds labor-intensive but well worth
the effort. Not just reducing difficult mowing, but creating a great
focal point and good use of an awkward area.


Kitty
> Yep- Same story here.  Rained again this morning, but suposed to be dry
for
> the rest of the week.  I got out and "WOWed" my lawn (the parts I'm
> keeping).  For those who don't know- WOW is a natural weed and feed
product.
>
> Also, got around to Round-uping the rest of the lawn that I'm burying
under
> soil for new garden beds.  I finally convinced my husband that we should
> build an edge around the entire front yard with those "windsor wall"
blocks.
> So for the past few weekends I have dug the edge out to prepare to lay a
> sand bed, and moved all of the sprinkler heads in 10 inches to make room
for
> the block wall.  When finished the wall will be about 14 inches high.  We
> may do a second teir further in later, and then leave the top flat part as
> lawn.  I won't miss mowing the little hill all around our yard (we live on
a
> corner, so both sides slope down to the street).
>
> Ahhh- at least the WOW and round-up is done.  Check that off the list.
>
> Theresa
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
> Behalf Of Donna
> Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 5:04 PM
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Subject: RE: [CHAT] Exceptional Weather Comes to an End
>
>
> Currently 52 and rain predicted from now to Wed.... like 2 to 4 inches
> worth. Warnings on tv about making sure your sump pump is working :(
> Last week the wind storm damaged a few things... so not looking forward
> to any more nutty weather here.... seems it has been here all summer.
>
> Although it has not started raining here yet, up in the city proper they
> are claiming it is raining already.
>
> Trying to get all the fall projects done, but with everything happening,
> just seems impossible this year. Current situation is DH father, he is
> in ICU.....so of course, I am running up there which is a two hour drive
> one way.
>
> And Gene.... save those pennies and invest in a hot tub... no mature
> gardener should be without one! :)
>
> Donna
> Who has pretty much given up on the gardening for the year.....but hopes
> to find the daylight time to do a few more things....
>
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