Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Garden Shed & Photos

Note: If you are scrolling through my main blog page, you may be seeing the roasted red pepper photos duplicated, below.  Simply click on this blog header to go to the full entry with correct photos.

We've made significant progress on the garden shed (and that's the universal "we" - as in HandyMan has done most of the work).  Once the windows go in (selvaged from replacing the windows in the house), the roofing asphalt goes on, and the door is framed out, it will be ready for storage!  I'm sure HandyMan has a few more steps in there, but thats the nutshell.

This week  I'm going to let the veggie photos and captions speak for themselves.[gallery columns="2" orderby="title"]

This post is linked up at An Oregon Cottage's Tuesday Garden Party.


  1. Looking real nice, just wait about 2 years until G-baby trys to move all here stuff in there.

  2. I was in it yesterday thinking that it's a great hiding spot - wonder if our wifi reaches out there?

  3. I bet if you move the routor ( sp) to the back porch or living room it will.

  4. My husband knows that "we" means "he"! He's a keeper for sure:) The shed looks great, so far so good.

    I have never seen those hanging tomatoes plant do well... are your others planted the same?

    visiting from TGP

  5. Heather, the first year we did hanging tomatoes three years ago they did awesome. Last year, we had a regional blight that was the problem. This year we have four plants that never made it but the rest are hangers and doing well. We've planted different types too and the Roma/Paste tomatoes the first year by far have out done this years Early Girls. It seems to be a new experiment each year.

  6. Your bean plants look fabulously healthy--they're my favorite each summer!

  7. I'm so jealous of your garden shed- I'm hoping to put windows in the one we inherited that gives me the shivers to walk into. :-)

    Thanks for linking to the Tuesday Garden party!