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Well, we’re making some progress down on the farm. We’ve planted Heirloom Red Okra, Potatoes, Melons, Green Peas, Eggplant, and Armenian and Lemon Cukes. Some assorted chile peppers and Pak Choi as well. Next week we are getting 60 or so assorted Heirloom Tomato Plants. Bobby Britt hooked us up with a fancy irrigation system. Gary Knight helped out by removing a few dead tree limbs that were blocking the sunlight. We are hoping to be able to harvest vegetables by the middle of summer just in time to celebrate our 4th anniversary, in the Old Fourth Ward, with a harvest dinner featuring home grown produce! We will see how it goes. I will keep you posted.
Had some time the other day to sit down with one of our buddies from GreenStreet Properties, the arm of Jamestown that is overseeing the redevelopment of City Hall East, and he told us that they are starting the demolition of the parking deck this Monday. They say it will take a few weeks to bring the entire structure down – much to our dismay, they will not be using dynamite, so no lawn chairs atop 4th – but once they’re done they’ll be a clear view from our back door to the walking trellis and entrance of PCM. Stop by to check in on the progress while enjoying one of Kevin’s libations.
By the way, that’s our back door in the top, right-hand portion of the picture!