Sunday, June 5, 2011

Sunday form...

Made a run out to check up on the waterboxx experiment that my friend Bill set up north of me...the drought is taking its' toll - only 4 out of 32 plants are still alive.  Put in a couple of hours prepping the forms for the west end threshold pour.  A couple of rainless clouds rolled in just in time for a decent sunset.  92,99,71,0,B


7 comments:

Ted said...

Living for a few months near El Paso shaped my thinking (high an dry with water near by).Having watched you for a couple of years has enforced my belief in water nearby.Been enjoyable watching you build that oasis

Dani said...

JW - your own Stonehenge?

lou said...

That is 4 trees that you didn't have before.

Bob from Athens said...

Theory is all well and good, but reality just jumps up and bites you right in the "waterboxx" some times. Back to the drawing boxx.

frann said...

I think the water boxes would work fine if we weren't in a drought...don't give up on them and if you do..I want them.

rj said...

You need enough humidity for those things to condensate some dew. Might work in Central Texas since we have higher humidity in the morning.

Allen Hare said...

The four plants that survived are probably more than would have without the waterboxx.
The forms look good. When's pour day?