Hot and humid, although it didn’t seem as hot yesterday as the day before.
Picked up a pickup load of stuff for the house, took it to storage, swapped it out for the thing I’m hoping to flip today. For today is my non-prepping hobby quarterly swapmeet/ sale day. Really only a half day, and most deals will happen in the first 10 minutes anyway.
My hope is to flip the big thing, and then after the meeting, load the truck for the lakehouse and head out. My wife was planning to take the kids up last night and get started painting another room, or putting floor down, I’m not entirely clear which. However, they ended up staying late at a birthday party so they’ll be heading up sometime this morning. I’ll already be gone to my meeting.
Work at the BOL will be whatever I can do, but emphasis will still be on getting the garden stood up.
I don’t have to set the fence yet, I decided I can do a tunnel of hardware cloth over at least a couple of rows of low plants to start. I have this fear that the heavy equipment for the foundation work will need to go through the garden to get to the down slope area. That would suck. It’s not going to stop me from trying to get something to grow, but time is slipping away.
At home I’ve got blueberries ripening on the bushes. The seedlings I planted haven’t died yet. The grape vines are trying to make a comeback, and the herbs are doing well. It won’t feed the family, but it’s something. There were almost no fruit trees at the Lowes and Home Depot yesterday. I was hoping for an apple tree, but there was one persimmon, a couple of meyer lemons, and some peach trees. Very limited.
Shortages are getting attention from a wider array of folks. Predictably they are clamoring for .gov to “dooooo sooommmeeethhhiing “. I don’t really know what they expect Slow Joe to do, pull some baby powder out of his diaper? If they do try something, I expect it to make the situation worse.
You are on your own. Plan accordingly.
And stack some stuff.