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Blog: My Little Farm in Town

Another Week of Construction

Monday, August 30, 2010

It is hot and dry and DUSTY on this Little Farm in Town.  Another typical August week in Wisconsin has begun, normal in every respect except . . . there is no curb, gutter, sidewalk, or street in front of our rancho.

I tried to catch it all in pictures! You will note that the flowers are still blooming and my zucchini is doing pretty well. I just have to be sure to rinse all the herbs and produce from the front yard before I cook them. Meals are a bit gritty otherwise. Begonia

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This was what it looked like from the end of our driveway near the end of last week. They are supposed to start pouring curb and gutter this week, which will mean hiking in and out via the alleys with a shopping cart. I'm so spoiled. Other parts of the street don't even have alleys. Those folks will have to dodge heavy equipment and suck dust.


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