Thanks for a look at "Murray", I presue that is the name of the mower rather than some two legged male admirer/ Ah well, 107 here this afternoon, not much desire to do any gardening in this heat. have got most of my seedlngs looked after. They are transplanted into solo cups, and when they reach a point where they are starting to burst the cup, they get planted into a plot of nice new irises. Looking forward to doing that very thing next month, if the heat gets a little less, otherwise 5-6 am here I come.
On Sun, Jun 17, 2012 at 11:29 AM, Linda Mann <email@example.com>
Gardeners have a special kind of madness to think getting to haul around
dumptruck loads of chipmulch in 5 gallon buckets in 90o heat and
humidity is <wonderful>.
Thank goodness Murray was fixed this spring (30 inch riding mower that
is now retired to ATV use) - he's dutifully pulling cartloads to the end
of the rows, 11 5-gallon buckets per trip.
Linda Mann east TN USA zone 7b