Tuesday, April 04, 2006

mud is mud...rain or shh...wait...rain or rain


potato harvest
Originally uploaded by merideth.
And what's in the mud? Well in our backyard, potatoes are in the mud. And tonight when i went to make stew and found that i'd forgotten to buy potatoes, b. suggested that i go out and dig up one of the plants in the garden. Okay. Rootling around in the dirt OUTSIDE the house. That's almost like a house project. It's on the house property. I need a tool to do it. Close enough!

So check it out. All those potatoes came from one plant. It was like an easter egg hunt with dirt and tools! In other words, AWESOME.

And we have 2 more plants that we put in for the winter crop. So the fun hasnt ended.

Ok. Clearly i need this bullsh*t rain to stop so i can get on a real project. Pity me.

5 Comments:

At 4/05/2006 05:30:00 AM, Blogger Gary said...

You guys could start building an ark to impress the neighbors!

 
At 4/05/2006 02:00:00 PM, Blogger Scott in Washington said...

There are few cooler things than going out in your backyard and digging up dinner. I'm sure Dixie would agree.

I can't wait for the ground to dry out enough up here to till. We have just enough of our spuds left from last year to plant in the ground this time. Rain go away is right! Gyaaaaaaaaa!

 
At 4/05/2006 11:06:00 PM, Blogger riseyp said...

RiseyP (rhymes with Mr. T) sez: "ah PITY the fool!"

but really, i know what you mean. there is such a thing as too much rain, please stop now, oh for the love of -- just STOP. Ok??

thanks.

 
At 4/06/2006 09:46:00 AM, Blogger Kyahgirl said...

Spuds! Yay. You are so lucky. We only root around and find spuds in Aug/Sept. Hope they were delish!

 
At 4/15/2006 12:52:00 PM, Blogger lg said...

We want to plant potatoes in our newly formed veggie garden, but aren't we too late to do that? Somewhere in my memory bank of info-to-put-away-for-when-I-retire is something about planting potatoes in a particular month. Which month would that be, please? I'm VERY impressed by all those spuds coming from one plant!...and I do love the idea of an Easter egg hunt!

 

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