|Five Jack Russells being moved yesterday|
Renae and I are completely out of our house. The final papers will be signed this afternoon about 3:00 p.m.
The picture at the right is my five Jack Russell Terries being moved.
Some people thought it was pretty red neck.
More like Sanford & Sons.
Can't wait to haul this outfit to Scheppersville. :-)
Now begins the next phase.
We’re staying with my mother for a couple of months – until we get our new house plans finalized and the permits pulled. At that time, we will move to our property and begin construction on the new home.
I will be looking for sub-contractors soon (and will compile a list of names and phone numbers). If you can recommend any to me, let me know.
It’s a bit stressful to be displaced. Most of our belongings are in storage, and the rest is packed in boxes. It’s hard to find anything.
I might have to wear Bermuda shorts and flip flops to church this Sunday.
Hope to get a fall garden planted in the next couple of weeks.
This year I will plant collards, mustard greens, and carrots. Maybe kale & turnips again. (Kale is a super food).
Also plan to try my hand at cabbage, lettuce, and broccoli.
I really love fall gardens – the air is cool and the ground is warm enough to germinate seeds (unlike it is in early spring).
Fall gardening is rewarding for another reason – it’s a second-season planting.
I’m also looking forward to falling fishing. Last year about this time I caught a lot of fish; mullet and speckled trout in the month of October.
This fall I’m going to try my hand at shrimping. Think I have figured out how to do it.
Low-country boil… that’s what I’m talking about.
This Sunday at PCC is going to be exceptional.
Invite a friend, then take them out to lunch afterwards.
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