Well, today is the day. This afternoon my wife and I, and my dad (Gordon1121) are heading up to put out our potatoes and onions.. I've got a 50# bale of Kennebecs (doubt I will plant them all but who knows,) 5 pounds of onion sets for green onions (standard red/yellow/white sets from my work), and should have in the mail today or tomorrow approximately 480 "candy" sweet onion slips from Dixondale Farms in Texas... first time with them so I'm hoping for the best. I'm pretty excited, and pics will follow up tonight. Since my sugar snap peas washed over the hill , this will be our new first in the ground. Some tell me they think it's a little late, and it may be for them... but my great Grandma grew a garden that was envied by any who saw it... and she swore by planting in "the signs." The dark nights in April was when the root crops went in, so, here we go... then on a comical note, on the other side of the family, I had a great Grandfather who said that he planted things in the dirt, not in the moon :lol: I'd like to see this years come up and make them both proud, so here's to getting it all started! Pictures to come in after we're done tonight hopefully.