Hi! I'm still here! I wasn't really planning to take a long break from my blog, but I guess I kinda did. :) We went camping over memorial day, and then I took of to Yakima for a couple of days with Jaydon for work... we managed to squeeze in some shopping though!
Camping was really nice.
We camped in our trailer, but I always admire this machine shed at the campground! :)
Last month we sold our Mustang to a guy from Pasco. Ironically, we purchased the Mustang almost 3 years ago... from a guy in Pasco. They even lived within streets of each other.
We used the money from selling the car to pay off some debt. We also bought the materials for my garden fence, and a barbecue grill. :) In 10 years of marriage, it was the first grill we've purchased together. Up until we moved we were using my parent's vintage barbecue grill. However, that was left in storage in Prosser... so we have missed having anything to barbecue on.
I've been grilling a few days worth of chicken for salads and wraps. That has been nice. Problem is, apparently I tend to overcook everything. Jaydon's the grilling master. For year's I really didn't want to learn to grill, because it was nice being able to pass that responsibilty off to Jaydon. ;) However these last couple of months, he had been working a lot of evenings and wasn't available to do the grilling. So, I'm learning. :)
For Mother's day I was treated to Bluestar:
We also picked up a couple Blueberry plants from local 98856!
If you are ever in Twisp, it is worth a stop... the building is gorgeous. It is very rustic and industrial. The owner is the sweetest. She let our girls help her feed the fish. We unknowingly showed up 5 minutes to closing, and she was very accomodating and helpful.
I picked up 2 of the Top Hat variety. I had previously ordered a blueberry collection from Burpee... so I now have 6 blueberry plants. :)
Oakly helped me plant lettuce, spinach and Kale a couple weeks ago. It is just now starting to come up.
I currently have zucchini, lettuce, kale, green beans, strawberries, and blueberris planted. But NO garden fence up. I'm really really taking a chance. This morning there was a deer near the garden, but fortunately nothing was big enough to interest him. I did buy some deer fencing to get us by until Jaydon can put in the deer fence. Our priority this summer needs to be closing up our carport. We are still paying for storage units, and it is an expense we would like to do away with. Who wouldn't? :)
Have you planted anything yet? Next on my list is tomatoes!