Things are still looking up - as additional relaxation over Christmas holiday thankfully brought more improvement to my health. It seems that the knees are the last things to get well, and I still can't squat down to do anything. I'm certainly glad the off-season doesn't require tending to anything in the garden, because it would be impossible to do some things.
However, I did manage to (gingerly) fill the remaining compost bins (5 out of 6) with bagged ingredients, and of course layered them with UCG's, grass clippings, and the various bags of leaves and such. No bags remain, and I hope to find some curbside bags next week, hopefully. They're needed for later, as I really want to get another cycle going in early May.
Another thing on my mind is the upcoming tomato plant propagation, and is only 2 months away from becoming a reality once more. Instead of starting 350 as last year, i'll likely do about 100, I guess. It'll be exciting to grow more varieties this time, but i'll not grow 32 plants like last year. Sheesh....I figure 12-14 will work just fine. Besides, I need lots of space for the many melons that'll be grown. :-) Anyway, i'll reveal the tomato plant list in upcoming weeks.....
In other news, it snowed big time on Christmas Day, and I shot a video of Jude enjoying herself in it. Hope you like it!
Take care, and happy gardening!