I took a little break from things
and went along with the pipeliner on a job.
I think a sight like this brings a big grin to every pipeline guy!
The place where we were staying had very poor internet reception.
I was so glad that I had packed lots of magazines and a few books
on my reading list.
In one of the magazines I brought along,
they said now is the time to start thinking about what you would like to do in the garden next year.
(I was still thinking about the terrible chore of cleaning out the garden when I got home)
Well I had nothing but time.
Plus a lot of pictures downloaded onto my computer.
These are a few of the ideas I have put in a future file for
How cute are these?
I think little man would be thrilled to see these scattered through out the yard.
Need to mow?
Just roll them out of the way!
What a great way to add more color in the garden.
I come across these insulators at auctions all of the time!
(Now to find someone to weld the rebar together)
My kitchen drawer is full of these!
I can already envision my new walk-way in between the vegetable garden and the cut flower garden.
This I am adding to the top of my to-do- next- year -list!
We never had any fires this summer.
Little man is still to curious.
What a great barrier around the fire pit.
These are some of the things that I really want to do!
Then I thought,
what was one of the best ideas from this summer?
Watering my ferns in a pot of water mixed with epsom salt.
Mix a 1/2 cup of salt to 3 gallons of water.
Soak your ferns for an hour.
My ferns have never looked better!
One of the fails this summer?
My poke and plant sunflower plan.
Um yeah, most never came up and
what did were quickly devoured by something.
I am sure when winter weather hits
and all we can do is dream about spring things,
this to next year list will continue to grow!
Do you have a to do next year list?