“A day in the country is worth a month in town”Christina Rossetti

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Home Improvement

Timbers were rotting, and plants were overgrown. Never mind the poison ivy.
The air conditioner is a bit tipsy too, but first we needed to stabilize the whole area.
After Andrew helped rip out volunteer trees with the tractor over the Fourth week-end, we spent this week-end putting in new timbers, and seeing if any plants were salvageable.
For now this is what is left, with a few bulbs to replant.
The Fall may see new plantings.A significant improvement.


Anonymous said...

Looks like you did a great job. That reminds me to straighten my AC unit as well.

Deere Driver said...

Yeah! Don't want the AC unit tipping over right now. I'm sure you have it just as bad.

Two night-time T-storms and no relief from the humidity yet.

RV Roof Repair said...

You have done a good job but i think your garden need more assistance. You should try to keep working on it. I am sure the final touch 'll be awesome. Good Luck.....

Deere Driver said...

Always a critic, huh RV?

Well of course. First we need the heat to break, but then I think Fall will be a better time to add plantings. The mulch will wait till then.