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Archive for March, 2010

postheadericon What I See Wednesday

postheadericon Garden Planning in Progress

Mr. MoonCat Red Barn has been toiling tirelessly (do I get extra points for that?) with our garden planning and plotting. He’s determined to get our veggie garden up and running.  He’s a very visual person and enjoys mapping out his vision and making graphs.

Garden Planning at Red Barn Blue Skies
He consulted with the locals:
Garden Planning Lizard at Red Barn Blue Skies
He put up perimeter fencing:
Garden Planning Fencing and Raised Beds at Red Barn Blue Skies
Garden Planning with Raised Beds at Red Barn Blue Skies
He fenced in the chicken coop, built the compost bins, and installed a potato box. Chandler approves.
Garden Planning Chicken Run and Compost Bed with Chandler at Red Barn Blue Skies
He received approval from the overhead supervisor:
Hawk Supervising Garden Planning at Red Barn Blue Skies
He also received a well-deserved kiss from his appreciative wife – no photo!!
So how is your own garden planning going this year?

postheadericon Kahlil Gibran – Sunday Selections

Kahlil Gibran provides a lovely quote today for Sunday Selections.
Kahlil Gibran Sunday Selections Quote Flower
Be like the flower, turn your faces to the sun.

postheadericon Wordless Week – Almost

I’ve been pretty busy this week with just about everything under the sun – literally as we’ve (Mr. MoonCat that is) has the garden pretty much up and running.  Since I’m tired and not very wordsmithy – here’s some pictures.  Have a great weekend and DON’T FORGET – Earth Hour is tomorrow night at 8:30pm local – TURN OUT YOUR LIGHTS FOR 1 HOUR!

Attack of the Killer Finches
Seedling babies hardening off before planting
Older seedlings beyond ready to plant
And even more……..(last one)
Some more “fighter finch” action shots

postheadericon Earth Hour 2010

Earth Hour 2010 is March 27th at 8:30pm local time

Individuals, businesses, communities, and countries can all participate by turning out their lights for one hour on March 27th, 2010 at 8:30pm local time. This is a worldwide event with over 4000 cities in 88 countries participating in 2009. The hope is to make 2010 even bigger and better!
Earth Hour is organized by WWF and begain in 2007 in Austrialia when over 2 million homes turned out their lights for an hour.  In these past three years Earth Hour has become the biggest initiative in the world for global climate change.
Landmarks and iconic buildings all over Earth will stand in darkness for an hour as a call to action to everyone in the world to take responsibility and get involved in working our way together towards a sustainable future.  Go to Earth Hour‘s website and pledge your support by telling the world that you’ll be joining all of us and turning your lights out for one hour this Saturday night.