Saturday, August 22, 2015

Dirt therapy

The best place for me when I'm hurting, 
tired and the world is too much.


8 comments:

bayouwulf said...

That's how I feel about my Blacksmithing. Great place to refocus and regress to a more elemental nature.

Anonymous said...

Some plants are more stress relieving than others.

Anonymous said...

the mulch work looks good. Love the look of the fences. Is that actually effective at keeping out deer?

Larry said...

Gardening's not my thing at all, but blacksmithing sounds interesting. Apparently, Wirecutter heads to East Teas and searches for Bigfoot (under a pseudonym)?

Keith Pearson said...

Larry, the link sends me back here, but I'm pretty sure of what you're linking. These book covers will make you laugh, or choke on your coffee (or beer). Scroll down to Bigfoot Bob.
http://thechive.com/2015/08/15/these-kindle-book-covers-really-missed-the-mark-28-photos/

J Bogan said...

And the sly smile that comes from knowing that which bothered you must is taking the "dirt nap" somewhere under the garden....

Larry said...

Ouch, I did screw that up. Here it is at Amazon: Bigfoot Bob (aka Wirecutter): Why I Chase the Monkey. Gawd, but all those covers missed the mark.

Anonymous said...

whenever I am ready to tell everyone where they can place their lips on my posterior, I saddle one of the remuda, take a stroll over the estancia, watch a hawk fly, see a roadrunner dodging around, catch a glimpse of a shy doe in the brush, watch the bovines grazing and their calves sucking...and return to "civilization" a more civil and humane being....

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