I've been waiting for this day. Today I will transplant my little vegetable seedlings to individual pots so that they can grow and be ready for the garden in a few weeks. We're expecting a dry, sunny day with little wind, so I can do the job outdoors out by the greenhouse.
These spring wildflowers have nothing to do with today's post.
The greenhouse/tent is holding up well. We've had some windy days and it's been fine, as long as the door has been zipped shut. And the plants inside are obviously enjoying the warm and humid environment as they look happy and healthy, for the most part.
We had a nice clear morning on Friday and the sun streamed into the yard on the north side of the house, as it does this time of year. In winter, the sun is too low and too far to the south to send beams into this part of the yard. It's nice to see during spring, summer, and fall.
A zoomed shot across the back yard on Friday morning.
I've begun the packing process for my trip. It takes me a few days to gather everything up, sort through, and decide what to take. And this year, instead of taking a laptop computer, I'm taking a tablet. I remember when taking laptops on trips was cool. Now they just seem too bulky and heavy to schlep around, especially the one we have. I know there are sleeker, lighter models out there, but I don't have one. So I've been busy customizing the tablet and downloading the apps I think I'll need while on the road.
Living outside of Saint-Aignan-sur-Cher since 2003. You'll find here pictures and descriptions of our daily life in rural France, some travels, and other stuff about me, my husband Ken, our dog Callie, and our cat Bertie.
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