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 Jenn's Gardening Thread---what will this summer bring-2011

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PostSubject: Re: Jenn's Gardening Thread---what will this summer bring-2011   Jenn's Gardening Thread---what will this summer bring-2011 - Page 8 EmptyMon Oct 17, 2011 1:59 pm

new update!
i took my stock of flagstone and started on an new patio for the other garden. i started early Sat morning tilling up the area and raking it, i also took down the chicken wire fence as it was doing no good, you have seen the video! (hope they do not trash the garden now) and adding the edging and the weed block to open one bag of sand and realized i bought paver base and not paver sand Jenn's Gardening Thread---what will this summer bring-2011 - Page 8 1625187496 so i got to load up the 10 bags back into the car and return them. well i had to wait till sun to return as when i got to that point i had to stop and get ready for our evening adventure. i had to much fun sat night and it was hard to get up on sun. but i got out of the house by 10am to return the base and get sand, so another 10 bags to unload onto the cart and load up 11 more bags into the truck to unload at home. oi it was rough. i got the sand out and started on the stone laying, this takes the longest because its like putting together a puzzle but none of the pieces really fit. and im sure some of the pieces were 80lbs or more but i was able to lift and place them. then i ran out of flagstone Sad and i was 15min past when the shop closed so no stone for me... i put down the 2 buckets of breeze i had ( stuff to fill the spaces between the stones) and called it a day last night at about 4:30. i will have to see if i am able to finish next sun after the zombie craw sat night! ok here are my pictures Smile and just a note, i did this ALL my self, no help from the hubby.

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you can see i just have a small section left to do on the left

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i got to use my cool carved piece of flagstone i got last yr Smile

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That carved flagstone is really cool!

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PostSubject: Re: Jenn's Gardening Thread---what will this summer bring-2011   Jenn's Gardening Thread---what will this summer bring-2011 - Page 8 EmptyMon Oct 17, 2011 8:32 pm

Nice job on the pavers, I did the kennel with them and it looks like hell.

Since I was to lazy to make my own garden post I'll make my comment here (sorry Jenn for the hijack).
Garden started slow but as usual had the bumper crop of tomatoes, cukes, hot peppers & eggplant . Finally finished picking zuchinni last week! 4 months of zukes and we ate 90% of them, passed others on neighbors that were willing to adopt them.

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