As you probably figured out, I'm very excited! The beds are finished, and a friend came over to help my Dad and I put up the fence. Right now it has a fence with a temporary gate, to keep all the little critters out. We're working on a more permanent gate, but since we really need to get the garden planted the temporary one will have to do for now. I'm planning on planting my tomatoes tomorrow, and any other seeds I have time for (hopefully all of them). We still need to buy some plants: Zucchini, Peppers, and a Cherry Tomato plant. I still haven't gotten around to taking pictures, but I will search for the camera and take some tomorrow before and after I plant.
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