Or, Catching up on Lanny's Hot House Project
Bulletin number eight of the Pierce County whatever says that framed structures for the purpose of protecting and propagating plants covered with up to twenty mil plastic is exempt from having a permit.
So let's finish up that project eh?
We last caught you up on the project with the post Remembering, Doing, and Looking Forward, All in a Saturday's Work.
The gravel came and Dirt spread it just so.
Then Wonder Workers came, helped me pot up tomatoes, moved some of my little trees and helped Dirt put in the foundation.
I think we'll build that next.
In place ready and
There you have it. Now for the rafters to hold the polycarbonate sheets.
And a whole nuther story.
We've gotten much farther along but this has been a lot of pictures for you to go through so I'll show you more progress soon, I promise not to take so long 'til the next post, barring plant tragedies and school holidays and such, it will be soon, really it will.
Things are still just humming along smoothly in my world. I'll probably have to call VF&G Opening Day, Sneak Preview Day instead but heck, things are looking better than I could have hoped for, really, target dates and dreams aside. And we have still had time to have a few good laughs as a family; watch March-now-April madness; sneak in another shopping trip, this one two hours away; grab a fun movie or two at Blockbuster; and eat way too much chocolate.
God willing, we will continue to hum right along to hatching out chicks, ducklings and poults; tying up loose ends on the hot house; moving plants in; transplanting many different items out to the Market Garden; and harvesting some spring greens... all the while enjoying the company of good and precious people in our lives and sharing our abundances.