It seems that a stink dog decided that the milk jug was a chew toy. And I believed that it was out of reach.
Fortunately no milk was involved.
A local greenhouse grows vegetables for the local restaurant trade. Since restaurant are open only for take-out, much of the greenhouse inventory is at risk of being trashed.
A local initiative is helping give their inventory away, minimizing the loss that might otherwise occur. Volunteers stopped on our street, looking to give away bags and flats of tomatoes. We took a generous helping, taking only what we thought we would use.
I see more than a few BLT sandwiches in our near future.
Our started vegetable plants await planting. Low temperatures during several upcoming nights come uncomfortably close to freezing so we are holding off. For now, we bring them out during the day to harden them off.
The rosemary (upper centre) will stay in its pot as will the lemongrass (upper right).
Our Redbud tree was in glorious bloom. We are blessed to have such a lovely sight in our yard.
Our last snowfall was two weeks ago. A wet, heavy, very photogenic snowfall that melted within a few hours. Preserved only in photos and, most wonderfully, in my memory.
First strawberry flower.
It is a little hard to see the seven asparagus spears in our small ‘spare grass’ patch. We have already enjoyed several fresh spears. The strawberries are starting to flower (though you cannot see the flowers in this image). The haskap bush in the background has flowered and should set fruit soon.
Starting another day, the sun blazes into view to start another day.
Focusing on the foreground, at the bottom of the image, added an interesting perspective to the buildings in the mid-range of this image of the full moon just before sunrise.