And indeed, it WAS fun. Rebecca orchestrated the event, and we turned out in force. Even Christina, who biked here from several miles away on snowy streets.
I was out there for a half hour, helping to sift peat moss through the sieve, on the way to making Eliot Coleman’s soil block mixture:
Today, we plan to start onions, cabbage, tomatoes and peppers in blocks.
Rebecca also took the opportunity to instruct folks on how to pile wood. To wit: make sure the stack slants back, not forward, if you don’t want it to topple. (Duh!)
Here are some pics from this morning’s event, the first of the 2018 spring gardening season.
And wouldn’t you know. Just as we got going, so did the chemtrails.