Tuesday, May 17, 2011

meditation tuesday...












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17 comments:

frakier said...

That is some nice looking tomatoes.

Wicked Red said...

good lookin' maters....

Wm. Pugh said...

Like to see people help wildlife as it hurts there feed and water sources with no rain.
Thanks JW!

tffnguy said...

You just had to show me up didn't you. ;)

Bodie said...

I was thinking that since you seem to like building things and now you're growing some veggies, that you might want to try an Earthtainer. http://earthtainer.tomatofest.com/pdfs/EarthTainer-Construction-Guide.pdf

alam0tx said...

32 comments on the snake..none on the rabbits..I wonder if there is anyone, who has seen wild rabbits drinking water from a bowl.. I sure haven't..Lived in Texas all my life..Good picture

Dani said...

JW - making nice progress there.

Re: the straw bale in your 2nd photo - please check out my blog - my latest posting may be of interest to you http://ecofootprintsa.blogspot.com/

wickets said...

agree with alam......bunny picture is a good one

Twain55 said...

Something to eat in every picture.

John Wells said...

tff...didnt know you posted a tomato pic too (great minds think alike?) - kinda like we both wore the same dress to a party.

tffnguy said...

John, that TOGA not dress. ;)

Ronald Mahan said...

Thank you John Wells - for sharing your precious water with those thirsty rabbits. I think there are many thirsty animals - due to our prolonged drought!

Cindy said...

when will you have more Benita mugs?

Colin de los Santos said...

I stumbled upon your NYT article last week and became immediately intrigued. Upon arriving at your blog, I went back and read every entry, clicked every photo and glanced at every link posted. Your journey into a life of self-sustaining energy is extremely impressive and inspiring.

Now that I’m all caught up, I look forward to checking in daily to see the goings on at TFL. All my best to you, Benita and all of your wonderful neighbors and friends! ¡Salud!

~ Colin de los Santos
Austin, TX

Wayne said...

Hi John

Man that greenhouse is really coming along. Wow I am very impressed with the work you have done by yourself! Cant wait to meet you this fall when we come down to set up the ranch. The Tomatoes look great.

Bob from Athens said...

Sure hope you guys have read about what temps tomatoes need to set fruit. Right now you are above the normally accepted day time high and soon will be above the night time low requirements. At least if you keep them well watered they will make a nice ornamental plant.

allen said...

I have to say there is Nothing Better than Mater samwiches with Homemade bread ( and ifn you get to many rabbits hanging around ) a bit of Fresh meat to make it stick to the ribs .. Otherwise I think I would just feed and water them and let them go about their owh way ...