Spent the last couple of weekends working on infrastructure for the garden. Using primarily wood from the property, built an overcoat for the little greenhouse to protect it from the weight of the snow…


…and three raised bed planter boxes from the cedar I milled over the summer…


…and treated with the shou sugi ban process, which leaves the cedar looking and smelling wonderful.

It feels like spring around these parts. The rhubarb is waking up, and the plums, pluots, nectarine, almonds, and Nanking cherries all blooming. Hopefully there’s more rain in the future…

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