Thursday, July 4, 2013

Summer Fun

Hope you are all enjoying your Fourth of July holiday.  Haven't been posting much lately, but I have been busy working outside in the yard......


Two weeks ago, our neighbors came over to lend a hand holding up the fencing, sure made the job easier.
Mixing up a batch of cement for the next post.

Hoping to get out soon, depending on the heat, to continue down to where we will make the turn and head for the woods!


All this fencing will completely enclose the garden area and help prepare the area for this to join my yard later this summer.
I have been wanting to add bees for a while now, one of my friends is moving and can't take them with I am gladly taking them.  I just started a Beginning Beekeeping class and have been going to her house when she tends the hives, so by the time they are in my yard I will have a little experience.

My husband and I went to the neighbors for a BBQ today, I decided to have him pull the wagon home since the walk home was uphill! 
 The boys heading home.......
Gotta get the camera pointed at the few quilting projects I have been working on since this blog is called Mt Quilter, LOL! 


  1. Just change the name to Mountain Fence Builder! LOL

  2. I love your fence Denise! I always wanted a picket fence around our house.

    That's a great thing for you to take the bees!

  3. I love the name change.... That is so neat you will have bees now....that is awesome... Your fence looks fantastic.... How is the garden doing???
    Hope you have a wonderful 4th.... Have a great day...Lisa

  4. looking great denise....and bees, wow....

  5. I think it would be awesome for you to start a beginner’s bee keeping class. I am sure plenty of people would love to learn how to reap the benefits of having bees around. The fence is coming along wonderfully. You must be so pleased with everything.

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