Typically summer is when I make potato salad since salads and summer kinda go hand in hand. But, this recipe is scrumptious any time of year. It’s especially handy after Easter when I’m trying to make use of the dozens of eggs we dyed. Since we always have plenty of fresh eggs, this recipe calls for a few more than an ordinary potato salad. It
Recycled Feed Sack Turned Herb Bag
On my quest to find ways to use all the feed sacks, I came up with bags to grow herbs and greens. Making them is very similar to sewing the tote bag. The differences are size and no handles. This is a fairly easy sewing project. My biggest problem, as always, is using the feed sack as fabric. It is slippery and sometimes jams the
2016 Update – Week 47
2016 Update – Week 44
Years ago we acquired a 3 barrel garden fountain. I liked it, but we didn’t have a place for it. We finally have a patio and a nice place for a fountain. However, I wanted to try herb gardens on the patio and these unused barrels seemed perfect.
2016 Update – Week 35
2016 Update – Week 32
Already well in to Augsut and here’s what going on:
How Our Garden Grows – July 2016
The summer harvest season is here. All the time and effort is paying off in delicious ways.
2016 Update – Week 30
Bloom Day – July 2016
Every year at this time I have mixed thoughts about our flowerbeds. I love all the blooms. The flowers are beautiful. But, as a whole, the beds are very unkept and overgrown. It is impossible for me to keep up with the weeds and deadheading. Too many flowerbeds, too little time. I’m working on coming up with a solution to this dilemma. Unfortunately, the solution