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Kyle Noe wrote:BRK Post 36

Gardened in the morning today, decided to pull away a lot of the mulch at the bottom of my berm to get to the grass sprouting and sow a mix of seeds. Put down beets, carrots, dandelion, spinach, and sorrel. Then watered them all in. Really need to get those ollas going, a watering can isn't going to cut it. But I found some little sprouts coming up so that's encouraging.

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Especially the part where I snapped the handle of the tamper...



So many babies growing out there! Very cool your elderberry is visibly so happy. Looks like you're doing a great job taking care of your patch. 😊🌱

But.. How did you snap that tamper..?
 
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BRK Post 37

Got a lot of stones laid down today. Had a few times I had to backtrack and adjust. I got 2 steps done, border stones against the wing wall dirt, and a bit of step 5 started. Hopefully one maybe two more days. Looking forward to seeing it when we are done.

Short post today, pretty tired, some of these stones were +100lbs and I'm happy to have the weekend off.
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