It’s Not the Little Things

It’s the big ones.

This Summer, anyway. The little things are getting done, bit by bit. I’ve been hauling more rocks (a little at a time, in the more hospitable temperatures of nearly-night) to get the rock walls done. The “Sunflower Forest” is growing nicely. (Freakishly, even.) The side yard grass is establishing nicely. The vegetables and perennials are growing well.

(The new section of rock wall, sunflowers, tansy behind)

Those are all little things.

As for the big things, I gotta get a plan going, no matter how much I don’t like it. The 40×40 house-hole is now about leveled off. I need to get a load of sand/soil to fill it. I need to cut up (a ton of) wood for use in the cabin during the Winter. And I need to get the last (huge) piles of junk house cut-up/hauled away/whatever.

Does it count as an Official Plan if I say I’ll get to it all when the weather is cooler?

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4 responses to “It’s Not the Little Things

  1. hideawayhill

    It counts! No one can work in this hellishly hot weather….it’s downright unhealthy! Unless you want to put up floodlights and work at night. šŸ˜¦

  2. hideawayhill

    Forgot to say how nice the yard looks too!

  3. Kate

    Very impressed! Sorry it’s so hot here, it barely broke 70 in LA. But fear not, summer is coming soon, and it’ll last until December …

  4. Kate

    Or I meant to say, sorry it’s so hot THERE … šŸ˜‰

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