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Sensory Backyard – Half Three – The Dig Pit

This put up is a part of an on-going sequence on Constructing a Sensory Backyard. You’ll want to head over to Sensory Backyard – Half One – The Plan, to see how and why it began!

Yesterday we made some first rate headway on the Sensory Backyard! We added a raised vegetable backyard AND a brand new dig pit for Grizz.

The Raised Backyard

We already had raised gardens on our property, however since we opened the Legacy Tail Blazers, we haven’t had the time to backyard. Sooo, it turn out to be overgrown with GRASS. I don’t suppose any quantity of weeding might have saved this!! Ron had enjoyable demolishing it with our tractor!!

Destroyed Garden

After eradicating all of the nails and screws, we piled all of the particles and evened out the bottom.

Ron constructed these gardens, however this time we determined to outsource that job to Marshall’s Gardens. Time is cash, and most days we’ve only a tad extra of the latter. Gene and Jake did a good looking job!

Now to resolve what to plant! Potatos for certain. Peas, beets, carrots are all faves too!

Marshall's Gardens

The Dig Pit a.ok.a. “The Pig Pen”

Grizz likes to dig, and I needed to verify the sensory backyard has a spot for him to make an enormous mess! He additionally likes to make a gap and take a nap within the cool grime. 

We piggybacked some screened loam on our order of backyard soil for the dig pit. We additionally recyled a number of the boards from our demolished backyard to carry the grime in. 

The Pig Pen

From right here on in, I’ll pop in occasionally to offer you updates on the design of the house. Keep tuned!

Sensory Backyard – Half 4 – The Bushes is coming quickly!

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