Archive for ניסן / אייר ה תשסח - May, 2008
As soon as we finished our day’s worth of yard work Dana got the final sprinklering going. We are both so tired we can barely remain upright.
Dana and I decided this weekend we would finally level the soil on the north edge of the yard, put a border around the silver-maple in the front of the house, and cover a number of areas with mulch or stone. In prep for this task, Dana went to Arapahoe Acres and picked up the […]
When I woke up this morning I went right to watering. It’s going to be a big day of house cleaning and yard work and it’s going to be in the 80’s.
Dana took care of the final watering of the afternoon. When I came home I once again found our neighbor, Becky, in the backyard helping us with our gardening. Before moving to Denver Becky served as a master gardner and it is obvious from her knowledge and love of everything growing. Becky was working on […]
When I woke up this morning and went out to water I found the lawn saturated. There were no signs on the concrete or cars that it had rained but there was a random piece of paper that had blown onto the lawn and it was soaked. I took off my shoe and stepped onto […]
Dana continued her weed pulling mission. The area around the tree in the front of the house from which we had removed the grass when we first moved in was being overtaken by weeds. We want to put in a border and fill that area with mulch but we needed to get rid of the […]
Dana came home home midday to do some watering. She also pulled enough weeds that her hands were shaking. Weed-pulling is hard work!
I got the watering going as soon as I woke up. It’s supposed to be mid to high 80’s today. Can’t wait to get some of the weeds pulled and grass cut. I’ll try to get some new photos up this evening.
Dana took care of the evening watering as well. the grass is looking very green and is starting to fill in. Can’t wait until we are able to mow.
Dana came home midday to do some watering. With the progress on the yard it is easier to find motivation to keep up the watering.« Previous Entries