My goal for the spring and summer is to spend at least 8 hours a day working outside. The gardens need to be prepared for planting, the chicken area needs to be fenced, the fields need a spring mow and maybe a bit of alfalfa seed. My tomato seedlings are nearly all up and peppers are starting to peak out. And the woodshed needs to be cleared out.
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Hmm, looks like a trip to the woodshed could be as enticing as the more colloquial meaning. Have fun.
I noticed on your other blog you mention a speech by James Hill from 1906. You can find a copy at:
Or if you have a tough time with the link, I can send a .pdf file. Let me know.
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