Posted by fiddledan on Thursday, June 3, 2010
Summer is settling in here in Yuma, the temps are rising. Even though we have yet to see our first 100-degree day, it is quite toasty but comfortable. Tomatoes are almost done for the season (they really stress when it gets to be over 90) but we have been getting some lovely ones for about a month now. Ahhhhh, go figure, tomatoes in May! The rest of the garden experiment is also doing well. We have some very tall sunflowers, swiss chard, beats, carrots and beans. The beans are probably the weakest producer, so I’ll have to do some work there for next year. But, I was quite pleased to find I could have a nice garden here even if it is very different than gardening back east.
I have been busy here getting ready to head east and gotten quite a few things buttoned up so to speak. I will very shortly start making piles of “this goes” things and on the road again before I know it.
Among the projects just completed, TADA – The new book, Kyle Creed Clawhammer Master, has been sent to Mel Bay. We are just waiting...
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Thursday, June 3, 2010 @3:43:05 PM
You still on for 30 June in Mtn. View?
Humbled by this instrument Says:
Thursday, June 3, 2010 @10:01:05 PM
Oh don't get me started on my garden! I'm growing everything. I might even write about it later; it's that important. Yet I will say that my Camellia sinensus, the tea plants, are producing the best tasting tea ever!
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