Tuesday, June 12, 2007

working and stuff

I have been trying ti  get my garden worked. It has been hard to pull weeds out of a hard ground so they have been getting ahead of me. Now that the water company has relented and is allowing watering of the vegetable gardens I should be able to pull more weeds. I now it is impossible for me to get all the weeds pulled by myself. It is a big garden. I did lose some plants so I will be placing other plants in their places. I am going to plant some squash in the big blank spaces.

Sunday Pat and I went for a ride in the park. Let me tell you my rear end does not like me right now. We rode for 5 hours! My horse does not like me either. We did about 9 miles of trails.  Yes Mort there are trees!

Toady must have been turtle day. I helped 4 turtles across my road this morning on my way to walk Spirit. One of them was as big as a dinner plate. They were seeking water. Mud turtles do not do well without mud. I could not helpmyself, I hate to see them splatered on the road.

The kittens are fun. I have an entry on C's Life with pictures.

9 comments:

  1. very pretty there.. I like it
    Donna In TEXAS

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  2. All along the Margate Bridge and causeway, we have "turtle crossing" signs and I have been known to help the little buggers now and again!

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  3. HIGH FIVE to a fellow turtle helper!  I used to do that all the time when I lived in rural areas.  Turtles will always be special to me.

    Russ

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  4. ally123130585918June 13, 2007 at 6:31 AM

    Celeste the kittens are really cute ~ glad you helped those turtles across the road ~ Not surprised your rear end is sore after riding for five hours ~ Ally x

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  5. I enjoyed the pictures.  I always help turtles across the road, too.
    Lori

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  6. poor turtles never make it across one of the roads near me

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  7. I really enjoyed sharing in your ride with you. Love the pics! Glad the turtles made it safely thanks to you.
    Have a good evening.
    Pam

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  8. We even help the gigantic snapper cross the road in front of our house.  It's a bit tricky, but we get it done.  Poor old guy (or gal)

    Nice seeing the pictures of your ride!

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  9. Great pictures. I can only imagine how great such a ride must be, and how sore you would be afterwards. Good luck with the garden and pulling weeds! Margo

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