Well the greenhouse made it through the winter with just a few scratches.Later that day after the snow had melted some.I have survived the winter with an intact greenhouse, On the right end,of the GH, I had partially replaced the plastic with Suntuf panels. The other end is going to be rebuilt and I am planning on another 8 foot section to the greenhouse. I am going to overlap the Suntuf panels so there should be little or no leakage when it rains. The right end will be permanently closed as ...
Oh-Oh, So far we have had a brutal winter, my northern friends have had it a bit tougher. I was going to wait till spring to mention this, but it’s January, I know the sun is starting to get higher in the sky, well at least in my heart it is. But, I should not spare you the events that have happened. So, I am going to spill the beans. We had this ice storm, I had thought we had survived it ok, but when I went out to look, I found the vinyl covering had been torn in several places...
and can’t wait for thisand this
I’ve complained about our lack of precipitation (nothing since before Christmas), and to a certain extent our warm days, worrying that everything would either die off or think it is spring already. Well, I’m past that now as we have what most of you in Canada and on the eastern half of the U.S. would call a “dusting” of snow, at just an inch or two (in other areas of the country the populous would be in a panic at ALL this snow). Up the hill at Lake Tahoe I’m sure they have much more...
Each day I seem to wake in a different “zone” than I went to sleep in, lol. With highs in the mid 40’s and winter coats traded in for sweaters or hoodies, it just FEELS like getting your hands and knees dirty in the garden….then BAM! I wake up to Christmas! Snow covered EVERYTHING, ice scrapers and a ten minute freeze job just to take kids to school…... and BAM! Next day wake up to not a drop of ice or snow to be seen, it somehow ALL MELTED overnight….. isn...
This is what it looked like last summer.For a while now I have been hearing a voice coming from under the snow. Each day I have been shoveling a little bit more and a little bit more and today there was loud voices and excitement as I broke through that last little bit of snow.This is my front yard and the snow is about 5 feet deep. a little bit fartherone more step and there he was..what a guy…and so happy!and finally broke through to the waterfall basin which was ice free and most l...
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