I'm so glad the plant sale is over. After the hail storm, I just wanted it to go away. I fortunately did okay and sold all the plants. But it was at a very discounted price. I think I need a break from this next year. It's an awful lot of work, and I also need to let the plants regenerate.
After the sale, I cleaned the inside of the mo-ho getting it ready for our next trip, while Craig did his usual bookwork. For dinner we had pic of the chick on the grill (chicken breast, thighs, and legs). It was so good! We added baked beans and grilled potatoes.
This morning, I cleaned the Salon, since I wasn't able to do it on Sunday morning due to the sale, and after Craig got up, we had a lot of running around to do. He then did more bookwork, (estimated taxes) while I worked in the yard. Some one from my sale dropped off some yellow flag iris, and I had the perfect place to plant them. Also my potatoes are coming up nicely and you are suppose to add more dirt around them as they grow. It gives them more area to grow more potatoes I guess. So I did that.
We booked our trip to Pokagon State Park for October. One of our camping groups will be there for a chili cook off. We've got a really good recipe that I think will do good.
I then washed the entire mo-ho for the first time this year, and helped Craig mow the yard.
He is currently making dinner. Turkey burgers with avocado, onion, salsa, and turkey bacon. Add oven fries and you have a tasty meal!
Then it'll be our usual Monday evening sitcoms.
See you later!