Sunday, June 9, 2013

Finally A Brain Storm....

 Ted decided we could use our tiller to do the grubbing.  Just so long as you keep it off the edges. This shovel I am using is called "the miracle shovel", around this house. It is small and does the cutting of edges so very well. I also use it to break up the dirt clods. We use our golf cart as our mule. It has been a blessing . Ted has a trailer hitch he puts on it to use the little garden trailer.
 Ted is saying "oh yeah this is so much easier." LOL  We'll have to give everything a good wash up when we are done. We have dirt on everything.
This was Friday afternoon. Saturday,we took  off from yard work and did the farmer's market. We had a good day at the market. Saw lots of people we know and visited with many. Sold a few things, bought a few things :):) I got a nice walk in and went to Horton's. I'll be posting pictures soon.  Enjoy this great day. xoxo

10 comments:

  1. looks like things are going along great! never saw that kind of shovel,

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  2. You are your husband are such a cute couple Suzy!

    Hope your Sunday is great!

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  3. Looking good.. I've never seen a shovel like that one.. Hope you're enjoying your Sunday and don't work to hard next week..lol.xo

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  4. That is really a neat shovel Susie!

    It is getting ready to rain here. I hope the sun is shining for you.

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  5. Great for figuring out better ways of doing things. Especially hard stuff, like this.

    And great for taking pics of the process, to illustrate what you tell us. I'm not familiar with laying a walkway, so I'd not know, just from words.

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  6. sounds perfectly lovely to me!


    smiles, bee
    xoxo

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  7. That is going to look nice, and be practical.

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  8. You've got a lot going on. Look forward to the photos of what you found at the market. Wishes for a great week!

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  9. Its going to look so good when you get it done! Hope you aren't so sore from all that work! Can't wait to see the end result.

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