Sunday, April 12, 2015
Seeds, Plants, and Shower
One of my followers sent me seeds. Since I found my drill, I can now plant lots of things in five-gallon buckets. Thanks.
A man was selling plants from the back of his pickup truck. Everything was $1 a pack. I got three zucchini plants for $1. I thought that was a good deal. I am planting different varieties to see which I like. Of course, I have never seen a zucchini I did not like.
Another follower furnished me with a camp shower, the five-gallon black bag that is hung in the sun to heat up. It has a little hose with turn off so a person can wet down, turn it off, soap up, then turn it on and rinse. I can certainly make good use of this. At least I can get the sweat off each day! Thanks!
I had an unintended relaxing drive in the country when I made a wrong turn. The only reason I was not stressed to the max is I had driven this road thirty-years ago and remember it.
Then, my friend allowed me to rinse a load of black pants. I just give them a rinse with half a cup of vinegar to freshen them. I hang the good black pants in the house. The raggedy or overly faded ones are hung outside. However, with all the pollen in my yard, I may just avoid irritating my allergies and hang all of them in the house.
I was able to price-match Halos, regularly $6.97 for three pounds. I paid $2.99, a much better price, in my opinion.
Three pounds of chicken tenders, cooked in the crockpot, are ready to put in the freezer. I think these will make a delicious salad topping.
Have you ever used a camp shower? Any tips? Will it work to put all three of those zucchini plants is the same five-gallon bucket? Have you price-matched anything lately? What was it?