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My husband purchased a new toy again. He purchased a gas cultivator/tiller. He tried to till the garden by hand for 20 minutes but saw little progress. We decided to go ahead with purchasing a gas tiller. It worked faster and was a lot easier for my husband. This was something we talked about purchasing for some time and we decided not to wait.

DSC_0607 copy DSC_0602 copy DSC_0599 copy DSC_0619 copy DSC_0586 copy We made a much larger garden this year. My husband and I learned a lot from our small garden last year and wanted to try a bigger project. I planted the corn Souwan's mom gave us, sun flowers, string beans, squash, cabbage and lettuce. I was tired and so very sore! I had to let Souwan handle the rest of the garden. A bigger project is a lot more work! I hope it will be very rewarding and we will see lots of delicious veggies!

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I am planting the corn seeds Souwan's mom gave us here.
 
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Our yard is looking good for the Spring. I love our yard this time of year! It looks it's best. I get a lot of joy from our spring blooms and vegetable garden.

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Souwan has been waiting to use the hammock I got him for Christmas. This was his first time relaxing in it. I think we will be seeing him in it a lot this spring/summer season! image I was so sore and tired out from the planting that we did not make it our usual coupon run. We did have a small haul and made out very well! Our total before coupons = $ 44.83 after coupons = (we made money!) + $2.35. DSC_0656 copy

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