Two methods of potato digging.
On the left, tractor and blade. Upside: digs them right up. Downside: and buries them in the dug dirt, so you have to dig them up again. Continue reading
Could this be a problem?
That’s less than half of the sugar cane on the bed when Gretchen wondered, “What was I thinking?”
Nervous Nellie thought it was great fun, running up and down the cane bed as I was digging it. The other dogs got bored and went home.
Gretchen cut almost all of the cane with her machete. (She didn’t approve of my axe.) Continue reading
Anybody else had to get one of these?
Thanks to Adel Tire for the fix, including a new inner tube.
No rattles, didn’t coil, seemed like a harmless little oak snake. No bigger than from the O to the A in GOODYEAR (less than two feet long). Continue reading
What is it?
A scorpion tail!Continue reading
Enjoy it while you can, butterfly, I already bought an innertube.
Pictures by John S. Quarterman for Okra Paradise Farms, Lowndes County, Georgia, 28 August 2012.
This tree was struck by lightning almost two years ago and then pine beetles got into it. It’s been dead for more than a year, and it was leaning towards the house, so we had to take it down.
John S. Quarterman, Gretchen Quarterman, Brown Dog, Yellow Dog,
Picture by Gretchen Quarterman for Okra Paradise Farms, Lowndes County, Georgia, 18 June 2012.