Tuesday, January 01, 2008

2007 To Do List

Out with the old and in with the new...

  • build mobile coop
  • pick up boar weanlings
  • pick up gilt weanling
  • pick up ewe lambs
  • pot up tomato seedlings
  • continue succession planting
  • plant fingerlings
  • build milking stand
  • clean up strawberry bed
  • finish cleaning out winter coop
  • stake tomatoes
  • figure out goatie pasture/milking routine
  • continue hand-picking potato bugs/larva/eggs
  • irrigate
  • continue picking yellowed leaves
  • figure out how to feed beans
  • begin fall planting
  • work out tunnel design and placement
  • build tunnel and order plastic
  • choose and order cover crops
  • learn to make goat's milk soap
  • find raspberries in upper garden
  • prune berries in kitchen garden
  • get burn barrel set up
  • transplant fall seedlings
  • continue fall planting
  • order micro green trays and seeds
  • clean out kitchen garden
  • spread compost for winter garden
  • make low tunnels from plastic
  • move pigs into market garden for winter clean up

6 comments:

Tim said...

I'd just like to add one more thing that you accomplished in 2007 but omitted. You maintained an outstanding blog that many of us enjoy reading and learn from. I'm happy so many people are blogging and sharing experiences, and yours is top notch. I hope you keep it up in 2008 and I look forward to following your progress.

Happy New Year!

Tim
Nature's Harmony Farm

Wendy said...

Impressive list. You accomplished a great deal, and probably did even more than you've listed here.

Happy New Year!

Danielle said...

Happy new year to you both. Thank you so much for your kind words! I keep my blog for myself, but it feels quite good to know that it's interesting or helpful for others, too.

Christy said...

Sort of off-topic here, but how do you do the crossing things out thing? I can't figure it out but would love to be able to do it on my blog.

Danielle said...

lol

It's pretty easy...just include a del and /del tag in between your li and /li, obviously being sure to include the carrot brackets.

An easy way to figure out how people do stuff is to click "view source" on the web page. If you can read enough code to figure out where something is on the page, you can cut and paste it into your own html.

Hope that helps.

Christy said...

Thanks for the help on doing the code. I just spent 30 minutes rewriting code on my blog to make some changes that have been bothering me. Learning to do this HTML stuff could be really useful. Now I need to figure out how you put the background picture on your title bar!