Sunday, April 30, 2006


Sun. a.m. Sylvia and Paul spent the day in Brainerd
yesterday. Enjoyed having them and Paul said many
times that he's glad he came. Reino showed him around,
even our garage as Paul is planning on setting up his
paternal grandmother's loom.

A bit cool here and drizzle yesterday and today. Lawn
is ready for mowing when it dries up. The veggie
garden is waiting for the same and to be tilled.
Some seeds bought, hoping to get pepper starts and strawberry plants from Harry & Audrey.

Of course, looking forward to our trip. Next weekend
to Thunder Bay with Ron & Pauline on our ride. The
19th we leave for the long one going through 11 states
and getting 7 state capitols. Summer clothes are not
even out of storage yet!


Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

If you are craving additional garden work to add to your busy spring, I have a flower bed that needs a gardener. I pulled weeds, then spread cedar wood chips. My problem is that I don't recognize all the new growth. Which are weeds and which are young plants? -b

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

When Jayson Parks was weeding your
father asked how do you know which
is a weed and which is a plant. If
it comes out easily it's a weed,
if difficult to pull, it's a plant.
Or was it the other way around?!

Kuoppala's & in-laws said...

I will try pull all that comes easy, and if my garden is empty next spring, I will know I guessed wrong. -b