A couple weeks ago I reported on bunnies in my bean patch, and a broken agreement I had with the cottontail population concerning staying away from my garden.
After a flood of requests to find out what happened, well okay, a trickle of questions, I report the following.
A truce with the bunnies has been negotiated, encouraged to be sure by the smell of bunny repellent that I liberally sprayed on the injured bean plants. The beans are recovering, slowly. The rabbits are keeping their distance. And life goes on. Now I am crossing my fingers for no frost until about Thanksgiving, as it will take that long for my struggling beans to regain enough strength to produce something.
THE OLD TIMER SAYS: Two times of day are special. Sunrise and sunset. Take time to notice one or both. It’s good for the soul.
UPCOMING WRITING WORKSHOPS:
Writing From Your Life. The Clearing, Ellison Bay, WI. August 2-8.
Writing From Your Life. Sheboygan Public Library, August 20, p.m.
Writing From Your Life. The Clearing, Ellison Bay, WI. October 17. a.m.. & p.m.
July 16, 11:45-12:30. Larry Meiller Show, Wisconsin Public Radio.
July 16, 2:00 P.M. Wisconsin Historical Society Museum, Casper Jaggi, Master Cheese Maker.
August 15. Creekside Books, Cedarburg. 12-3:00. Old Farm.
August 16. Railroad Days, Stonefield Village, Cassville.