This week has been quite a week.
Monday- interviews for my class project at the Mission in Partners Food Bank and the Loving Spoonful.
Wednesday-We saw our first Robin, and we had our Lennox & Addington Horticultural Meeting.
Thursday- St. Patricks Day- dinner at home with homemade Potato Pancakes, Irish Stew and buiscuits. Of course Kilkenny and Guiness beer as the refreshments.
For the weather watchers, a pretty fierce thunder and lightning storm came through
Friday-We went and saw “Paul” and saw our first Heron flying , so spring is here.
Saturday- we are on our way to a get together on planning the Community Garden for the Salvation Army Food Bank this year. I certainly hope there is not as much squash as last year, it was monster squash.Monster Squash at the Napanee Community Garden

When we come back , there will be some solar observing, moving the cold frames, transplanting the onion starts which are not too happy right now, and prepping the soil for tomatoes for next week, and possibly more lettuce (thanks mice). Get some spinach out of the cold frame, which came through the winter and is growing very well.

It is such a beautiful day , though cool, you just want to get out and do some yard work, just to be outside.