It’s Saturday so Paul hit the garden again! This time we did some transplanting… moving beets and onions to different spots in the garden. The garden is looking pretty good for this time of year. Paul pulled the green beans as we like bush beans a lot more! Paul pulled several nice looking cucumbers so we can make pickles this week!
Did You Know? The term pickle is derived from the Dutch word pekel, meaning brine. In the United States and Canada, the word pickle alone almost always refers to a pickled cucumber (other types of pickles will be described as “pickled onion”, “pickled beets”, etc.). In the UK pickle generally refers to ploughman’s pickle, such as Branston pickle, traditionally served with a ploughman’s lunch.
After working all day, we headed for Garden Grove to dance to the sounds of a new band and they were pretty good. We had another great evening with our friends making the evening go rapidly.