Yes it takes the whole family to turn the earth.
You don't plow under in the fall after you harvest?
That old dirt looks beautiful and I would love to be there taking in the smell of that rich brown soil! I think I'm into smelling Spring this week :) "Break the Garden" I love that.
Gail...I am so ready for the "breakin" of my soil!Some day we will get out from under all this rain..and I will find my way to the back yard..been reading and catching up on your posts..looks like you have been a busy gal...as usual!! ;-)
The snow just recently melted off our garden, can't wait to break it and plant some veggies.Sunny :)
Look how busy all the hands (and hooves) have been at your house. Many hands make light work, don't they? I'm looking forward to your plantings.
It's good to have plenty of help breakin' ground! I'm so glad ya had plenty of "helpers"!Have a blessed day!!!
When you turn the earth like that it must smell so good. I've always loved the smell of spring and of turned earth....so natur(al). Big job tho!
I can tell you are getting ready to plant..we are still at least 8 weeks away from any gardening:(
let the fun begin....
I love the look of good old soil. Can't wait to see what you plant, besides horses that is.
Yea..someone can move forward...our Lion is here with Snow!The garden is really big!KK
Breaking the garden sounds like a very fine ritual and one I'd like to take part in if I got to ride the plow.
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