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Well we got things started today with the garden today planted about 45 lbs of potatoes a bunch of onions, beets, turnips , carrots and some sther things I really aint sure of but hope it turns out good.

Got the cultivators back on red for laying off rows.



Hit the ground one more lick drug it back down and was ready to go.



Layed some rows off and got the potatoes in.





Brandon and my daughter in law dropping seed she's a hard worker.



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Dad came by to do a little teaching.



Finally done and back in the stripping room.

 

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Though the evening had it's "moments" i.e. front cultivator mounting on the right side.... haha.... it was a great time and very satisfying whenever we finished up and could look out and still see an empty field... but knew that there were seeds in it. Thanks again, Dad.
 

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Looks like quite a day's work. :)
 

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Good start Gordon.I'll be doing that today. Only not as big of spot. ;)
We had quarter acre garden, and half as big tater and melon patch to feed four kids when I was one.
Now it's a 60'x 20' garden. Enough for two, and no where near as much work. ;)
I got four pounds of taters, cherry and icicle radishes, yellow and white onions, and carrots. going in today.
Two weeks from now I'll plant my maters, peppers, corn, and beans. Add a couple of rows of corn every two weeks 'till I run outta room. ;)
 
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