Farmer Gary Cryer and his wife, Lady Diana
Baby squash sprout (taken 5-14-13)
Yellow squash (Taken 5-14-13)
Radish sprouting coming up. taken 5-15-13
Baby squash sprout with some nasty weeds. taken 5-17-13
Squash plants with weeds. (taken 5-22-13)
The bean patch fencing
Keeping the rabbits out and Taffy checking out the fence. (taken 5-26-13)
An awesome red fence pole driver taken 5-16-13
Farmer Gary moving the cultivator
A newly droopy Tomotoe plant
A More tomatoes
Another just planted tomatoe plant
A baby cucumber.
Farmer Lady Diana and Taffy
Mrs Vickie flashing her pearls and towel skirt.
Two bestest girl farming cousins
The two guys waiting for the weed wacker to move
I do think this thingy ma-jig went on the other side.
Two guys fixing a gas weed wacker
Farmer Gary and Lady Diana
Farmer Gary with his wife
Farmer Gary moving pine shavings.
Laying down newspapers to choke out weeds and conserve water.
Farmer Gary preparing the pumpkin patch taken 6-2-13
Rotilling in peat moss to break up the clay
The wood chippers sure can chip some cedar wood.
Wood chippers chipping wood. How much wood can the wood chipper chip?
The wood chipper lost a wheel, but that did not stop those wood chippers.
Whoops, looks like the wood chipper chipped to much wood. Needs a little works taken 6-2-13.
Farmer Lady Diana with the prettiest tooled garden in all the land. taken 6-1-13
Farmer Lady Diana admiring her pretty garden.
Farmer Gary picking at a rotten stump.
The stump doesn't stand a chance.
Another whack with the pick ax.
The squash patch and tomatoe row is covered with newspapers and pine shavings.
Farmer Vickie putting the chipped cedar to good use to conserve water and block weeds.
The 2nd tomatoe patch, radishes row and cucumber patch is protected too.
Saturday's gardening done for the day.
The two girl farmers are dog days tired.
Kirby and Leibie