I wrapped chicken wire around what's left of my my potted plants in hopes that the surviving branch here and there will grow back. One Geranium plant is all I have left and I think it's survived only because it's up high.
I set up my greenhouse. Then shortly afterwards the wind came and blew it down the hill approximately 50 feet where it landed to rest against the tack shed.
The music man and I brought it back to where it belongs. A couple days later it threatened to blow back down there so I took the cover off and am rethinking it. I need to adjust to accommodate the afternoon wind. Growing things in a desert climate is always a challenge.
I began laying fencing around the garden area, prepped my beds and planted onions. My transplants are still safely inside my kitchen for now although I'll need to bring them out soon.
I stopped for some quiet time to watch Chancie. Turns out I love horsey TV too! Insert big goofy smile here (( ))
This makes it all good, the wind, rodents and chewed plants. We have the most amazing sunsets here and today... Luna Tuna Pie comes home and we are so excited!