Welcome to week 10! The sun is shining, our rooster Bruce is crowing up a storm and the day is promising to be a fruitful one as far as spring chores are concerned. Not only is there the garden, but a few remnants of the winter season that need to be tidied up including taking down our remaining maple sap buckets, opening up the wood shop and maybe even finish building that last bee hive super and brood box.

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Thank you, Nancy from Nancy on the Home Front for sharing your informative post on plants that keep bugs away. As we begin the work in our own garden, you can bet we'll be taking some of your advice! 

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