|Still haven't transplanted the tomatoes, maybe do that after tonight. It's supposed to get down to 35 for the low, then it starts warming up for the rest of the month.|
It's been a beautiful day! Thankfully the 40% chance of rain only sprinkled for one minute and then bugged off. Amazingly, my girlfriend and I were able to put a fresh coat of paint on a garage in just a matter of hours. Also, we got more time outside in our absolutely kick-ass back yard.
Before I get on the air, I wanted to share with you some other discoveries from my garden. By the way, with the new website, I'm beginning to upload new pics of all the plants in my backyard to the "Bishop's Secret Garden" gallery. So, feel free to share those!
Well, since I last posted pics, some things have wilted (the tulips) and a whole host of others have begun their assent towards the sun's rays. You can see all of those in the photo gallery. We're told there will be new flowers with each season change, which will be wonderful surprises because we don't know where they're gonna come up. Some former botanists, or something, owned this house not long ago, and they had some fun!
The best thing, I think anyway, is the green house. It's still getting pretty chilly out there and there was a couple of frosts last week, but my tomato plants have just kept-a-growin' in the green house. Now I've got to figure out how to transplant them. Any good resources you may know, be sure to send them my way. Contact me: Bishop@Alice.FM
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You've been hearing a band called 7horse on the air with their tune "Low Fuel Drug Run" off the album Let The 7horse Run. I've been able to listen to the album several times and I've gotta say, if you like some laid back and easy going, sarsaparilla-sippin' tunes with wild themes, a slide-guitar, harmonica, multiple layers of vocals, and an overall vintage sound, you've gotta check it out. It's worth a few dozen listens, at least!