Thursday, April 2, 2015

Planting Season

Spring has been slow to come to West Virginia, but that didn't stop Grayson and Kim from putting a few rows of seeds into their raised garden bed. It was exciting to see things being planted. It gives me something to dream about, as winter gives its last gasps. 

Grayson holds an imperfect egg, laid by one of their hens. When chickens get too old, the integrity of their eggs can become compromised. 

Kimberly and Grayson Samples plant their raised garden bed. It is still to cold to plant in the garden.

Grayson plants a row of parsnips.

The bees are usually fed sugar water, during the winter months, but, as they had run out of sugar, Grayson fed one of his hives old honey. 

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