The Tiller!

This fall I started some seedlings growing in cups. I had some corn, some snap peas, green beans, yellow squash and cucumber. You can plant all year round here in South Texas and we were really excited to get started.

This is our back yard, staked out in 4 ft wide rows. Margaret, our land-lady came over and brought her tiller for us to cut down the work.

The tiller was super old and burned some oil but it got the job done. We really love how Margaret gets the most out of everything she has. The house we are in is pretty old, but she's taken such good care of it that it doesn't feel like it. She has such great advice from all her experience living here. Daniel started on the plot by the fence that we are growing snap peas and beans in.

Here's Margaret helping Daniel.

Daniel went at it for hours! He was amazing. I tried it for a little bit and could barely handle the shaking much less the lurching and pulling. It took alot of strength to keep it steady and working efficiently. Good job babe!

Here I am trying to till, but I basically did it only long enough for Daniel to take a picture. I don't know how he did it for 4-5 hours. He was amazing. And wa-la, the ground is all tilled up. After tilling we raked the ground and took the rocks out, then added some more top soil and transplanted. I water every other morning and just let em grow!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

* Link to the person who tagged you

* Post the rules on your blog

* Write six random things/unspectacular quirks about yourself

* Tag six people at the end of your post and link to them

* Let each person you have tagged know by leaving a comment on their blog

* Let the tagger know when your entry is posted

** We shamelessly own all 10 seasons of friends. And even after watching them over and over again, we still find them hilarious.

** On our first date, we walked 8 blocks in the cold to Wingers restaurant and watched The Incredibles at the movie theatre.

** We going into a family restaurant business called Cafe Chulo!

** We both love Steve Nash (in different ways). If you don't know who he is, SHAME ON YOU!!

** We have a little boy named Austin and a Baby Girl on the way who we will name Brooklyn. Coinsidently both are named after cities.

** We lived 2 hours apart when we were kids and never knew it, but then moved thousands of miles apart when we were in highschool. In the end we ended up at the same college town after we graduated highschool.