In between rain showers, I managed to plant more beets, radish, carrots, collards, kale, bok choy, and kai choy. I also put some cucumbers out there, but I am definitely going to have to train them to climb the fence, just because of the lack of room. I threw some old marigold seeds out there, just in case they grew, and put in some green onions.
I actually wanted to pull that taro out and start the new hulis (baby taro), but the rain makes it a less attractive chore. Also, I remembered I don't have any chicken in the freezer, and I am not about to give up any of my hens (!) just yet, so picking all the lau (leaves) would be premature. Too bad, chicken luau sounds good for tonight.
As I was working in there, my shepherd mix (the world's stupidest dog) jumped the fence, so now I know who the digger is. Darn dog.
I noticed that there were quite a number of ripe guava on the tree. They don't keep well, and I don't have time to make jam, so I picked them and fed them to the chickens. I also have a lot of lemons and a few tangerines out there. The tangerines aren't quite ripe, and lemons keep on the tree indefinitely, so I won't pick them until I need them. Maybe I will make lemon chicken next week, or lemon pound cake again.
I hope everyone had a happy Sunday!