The rest of the day was mostly routine. I went to the library and got Sherman’s March, I heard a series on NPR (really GPR) called 37 Weeks Sherman on the March and it caught my interest. Sherman went through this part of Georgia and left our house (circa 1850) and two others close by (circa 1847 & 1810) standing.
I worked on getting the Martin gourds up. I was stopped by darkness and the fact that I bumped one of the post that I connected one of the Martin poles to with the tractor. That post now needs a brace put up. I was lazy putting up fence post, some have no braces, and when it rains a lot the tension in the wires pull the post in. Oh well.
Janisse pruned the fruit trees, bowl shape for the plums, and peaches, main trunk with spiral outer branches for the mulberry, pear, and apples. We started a bigger herb and flower garden last year but our time in Montana let that get weeded up. The weeds are now gone and Janisse transplanted a rosemary and some daffodils there also.