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Saturday, August 22, 2015

Gramma's Garden

Hullo again! We are visiting Gramma for a few days. She looks pretty happy to see me!

Gramma has a pretty little flower garden in front of her place... I should mention... that is real green grass. They have gotten way more rain than us and... they have no campfire restrictions!!

And a few plots in a common vegetable garden. Along this chain link fence she planted 16 feet of pole beans... that's a lot of beans.

Her raised bed has carrots and lettuce at the moment.

Let's see what other people plant... this one lady has planted baby celery everywhere... she must like celery.

Under these old water bottles is some eggplant...

This person hasn't cared for their garden... clearly!

Ooohh... a common plot of beets and potatoes. Yum!

There's even a greenhouse.

With some mega tomatoes.

They let their tomatoes get beary tall... strange.

Their cucumber too... those ones are out of a little bear's reach.

But... enough touring... back to work. We have to pick some pole beans!

Wow... I think we picked more pole beans in 5 minutes than we got from our entire plot of bush beans this year. Maybe pole beans are the way to go?

We also need to pull some carrots. This one has split into 4 rootlets!

Oh look!! A hollyhock! This one is pink...

We borrowed some seeds. Maybe we can plant some hollyhock in our garden!

And some more carrots... I think my eyesight is going to improve dramatically if we eat all these.

This is Sandy Bear signing off from Gramma's Garden!

12 comments:

  1. Oh WOW, that is an amazing garden!!! Is your grandma willing to adopt any other cute, and beary adorable, little bears!?!

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    1. It is a beary cool garden! I'm sure Gramma would be willing to adopt a few little bear... as long as they are good gardeners and like smoking salmon!

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    2. Perfect, two of our favorite things!

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    3. You should send me your resumes and I could forward to Gramma!

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  2. I would like to help smoke salmon! I also like to help eat it. :)

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    1. Smoking salmon is fun! And eating it is even more fun! So yummy.

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  3. Great tour. If you need someone to weed the garden, I will be happy to call someone for you.

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    1. Call someone??? Aren't you going to volunteer?? I can pay in salmon and mushrooms...

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  4. I can see the green thumb runs in the family!

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  5. Visiting grandmas is the bestest thing. I miss my grandma that just passed away, she always called me "sweetie". Your grandma has a beary nice flower garden and veggie garden.

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    1. Thanks Buttons. Gramma's are indeed the best things. Sorry about your gramma. Mine calls me "The Bear"....

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