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Friday, October 5, 2012

This afternoon Mary Kate , Camilo and myself worked the last shift of the week in the Lakewood garden. We were all very impressed by how much all the plants have grown over the past month, especially the summer squash. Some of the sunflower seeds were starting to grow too from last weeks lesson about seeds. From scheduling changes this past week we did not get to work with our regular students. It was a little upsetting because even though we had only been working with the students for two weeks, they make the work all worth the while and keep our spirits spirits up during the dry October afternoon heat.

Today we watered the beds, planted a few green pepper's and reconstructed (mulch and put rocks around it) a few trees. Though this was more of a laboring day, we still had a great time and look forward to working with the students next week!

Peas and Carrots,


                                                  Mary Kate watering the summer squash

                                                                Green peppers planted


                                                          Camilo reconstructing a tree

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