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Moving an Established Fig Tree. Delayed post from Nov 2017
The weather here has become cold the last few days, with a nighttime low of 39° F one night, and a daytime high of 60°.
Don't know if the back bunny is male or female. It briefly crossed my mind that I might see some babies. That would probably require some action.
If I start seeing too much damage, I'll put something one bottom edges of my gates, which is where the bunny most likely got in, and then shoo it out, or grab it and put it out.
I should be able to catch it because it's quite tame. I've leaned down to look it in the eyes several times with no reaction on it's part. The only time it moved away a few inches, is when my size 14 shoes got too close to it.
Daniel, your harvest photos look healthy, and it looks like you have an abundant crop of extensive varieties. Will you be preserving any of your harvests?
Randy, do you have raised beds? All that rain must take a while to dry out your vegetable garden.
Spud, The black rabbit knows where the delicious food grows. Will you be putting up some protection from him/her. Do you know if the rabbit is male or female?
We definitely have the first brush of autumn, with chilly winds, some rain, and lots of thunderstorms. We keep our fingers crossed about fires started by lightning! Fire Dist 8 has had just a few very small fires this summer and they were caused by humans.
I see that Silverthorn Farm has a big event planned for Saturday, September 17th, 2016. What a nice way to get acquainted with their farm. I wish I lived closer. You must be very proud of your daughter and her family!
"It's the most fun way possible to explore local offerings, eat what's truly in season and get to know your farmers, your chef, and a few new local people who love food like you do.$65/personInvite more to join you and receive $20 off a party of four.Tickets available online.
The black rabbit is back. It found it's way into my yard and has been here for 2 days now. It's not eating my plants that I can tell, so I've left it alone. I think I saw it eating a weed, and I've seen it eating some damaged pears that I threw in the garden.
No desert here (IN): 36"/yr, pretty much evenly distributed monthly. Amazingly, we often have drought conditions during the rainiest months of June and July. That's because of the high evapotranspiration rates. And six inch snows take forever to melt!
at 12.1 inches a year, this is how Pocatello, Idaho appears:
at 16.56 inches of rain a year, this is how Spokane, WA appears:
Now that august is over, the rain is starting to come again. I received a whopping 0.2 inch yesterday!
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