"No Guarantees" is about my life...and I guess yours in some ways, about spirituality, relationships and being. There are not too many things that are 100% guaranteed in this life. This blog is one of them!
I sometimes make things in my shed from wood, I drink coffee with people for a living, I read, I walk, I paddle, I spend time discovering stuff about a person called Jesus and I live with and love Mikaela, Andy and Sophie my three kids and Christine my amazing wife...and Max my Border Collie...and some chooks...and a rabbit called chook.
2 thoughts on “Our Potato Farm – IN OLD TYRES!”
Hi Scott! So nice to hear your voices. Potatoes look ripper! Thats some nice handywork! Chloe x
good luck with the tyre farms. I tried it a couple of times and had very mixed results. I think it gets pretty hot inside those rubber stacks. But maybe my technique was wrong.
On a positive note, I love growing spuds. My best harvest was almost 1,000 beautiful Desirees from about 150 seed potatoes. I started harvesting about 4.30am one December and handed out bags full to the neighbours and stuffed an old wardrobe in the garage full with the rest.
We enjoyed eating all kinds of potato variations over the next six months.
I sometimes ruminate on life, you know, and I reckon I could happily spend the rest of my life growing spuds in a backyard.