A journal of my home vegetable garden. Skippy thinks it's his garden, but I've been gardening here for 20 years. We're located near Boston (USDA zone 6). I have a big community garden plot and a small plot in my yard. I try to grow all of my family's vegetables using sustainable organic methods.

Friday, February 04, 2011

snow scenes

snow 049
rock meadow snow 050 2

We have 3 feet of packed powder on our trails. I am going to see if I can buy a pair of snow shoes so I can go on some of the unpacked trails. I wonder if they make any in Skippy's size.

6 Comments:

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February 05, 2011 2:21 AM

 
Anonymous Andrea said...

I like your blog. Love your pictures! And I am learning...I am starting a garden and trying to figure it out where and when to plant, and how to rotate the crops. I am doing good so far, I already started seeds inside , I live in California. I have 1/4 acre to play around, but my biggest challenge is the huge black walnut tree that is toxic for most of the veguies I like. I am posting my begginers experience on my blog

www.howisitincalifornia.blogspot.com

February 05, 2011 3:12 AM

 
Blogger Carolyn ♥ said...

Gotta love the beauty of Winter!

February 05, 2011 8:43 AM

 
Blogger SouthCoast Guy said...

great picks, I just spent the last couple of minutes watching my neighbors lab try to get across my backyard, he just kept sinking in the snow every step of the way

February 05, 2011 10:31 AM

 
Anonymous Cooling Systems said...

Great pictures, thanks for sharing!

February 10, 2011 11:53 AM

 
Blogger Janet Glaser said...

Brrrrr...thanks for the pictures of the snow. We are in FL to escape those snows, but getting anxious to get back north to start our garden. This brings us back to reality...still lots of snow in MI too. Love your blog.

February 11, 2011 9:48 AM

 

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