Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Town and Country

It's that time of year when we all seem to return to the soil. Time of plowing and sowing. Being the ever inquisitive one, I did a little investigating this week. I found some very interesting differences between the methods used. The other day while I was working away on the old computing machine, I was awakened by a strange noise outside. There arose such a clatter, I ran to the window to see what was the matter. (Oops wrong season) As I peered out the window I noticed that my neighbor was digging up a garden plot in his yard. You might say he was more than up to the task.

A perfect example of "The right tool for the right job."

The finished product.

Later in the week, while driving home from one of my errands, I ran across another guy preparing a little larger plot in an entirely different manner.

Might be an exhaust problem.

I'm sure that there's some middle ground somewhere in the tilling world. I'm really looking forward to see how my neighbor goes about planting the seeds. (And harvest time could really be cool) As for me, I stand by my position of "you don't need a garden if you know someone who has one."
"The zuchinni's are coming hurrah, hurrah!"