As of February 28th, we were still dirt poor. (See SFH Plantings 2018-02: Dirt Poor) In fact, after I filled out the check and gave it to the truck driver, we were even poorer. Yes, that was D-Day (Dirt Day). We are now the proud owners of three cubic yards of genuine Rappahannock County top soil – or, at least that’s what they said it was. At least it’s not store-bought expensive dirt, yuppie dirt, or millionaire’s dirt – just good old Rappahannock dirt.
So there it is waiting to be moved. But ….. – The National Weather service is now predicting:
////* WINDS…Northwest 25 to 40 mph with gusts around 60 to 70 mph.
The strongest winds are expected to occur Friday morning.///
This forecast gives a whole new meaning to “dirt poor”. Where will our dirt be after the wind has died down?
2 thoughts on “SFH Plantings 2018-03: D-Day”
I could use some over here…actually, I’m a little concerned about the straw and grass seed that was just applied to the lower yard. If you find any extra straw flying past, could you snag it?
So…do you have any dirt left??