|Hauling the broadfork out to Valhalla|
|Hiking turned out to be good preparation for broadfork work|
I managed to get about a third of Valhalla worked up in a reasonable amount of time. I'm still a little bit off the pace I'd like to work at, but not far off. On the other hand, I began to realize that I actually have the length of rows in Eden imprinted on my brain. Every time I'd get to about 70 feet in a pass, I'd start looking around to see if I was by the end wall. I don't know whether to consider this a good or bad thing at this point.
|Barty got a chance to play today too!|
We do have a propensity for naming things. Oh, you noticed? Good. Get used to it.
Barty is our walk behind tractor with a nice tiller attachment. After using the broadfork I brought Barty out to start making the seed beds. We should be able to finish the project and get things in the ground by the end of the weekend!
While Rob was doing the bed prep, Tammy was pulling a little plant residue out of the North beds. Then she spent time bringing materials out to Valhalla so she could start planting onions into our nice new red trays.
|Step one, add drain holes.|
|Well, that's a little less than half of them.|
|What's this? An "On Farm Farmer Selfie?"|