Added by on 2017-06-01

Here we are again and it’s May already! Where does the time go?? We’ve had a particularly dry spring and it’s still dryish – just not very warm yet. But things are looking promising anyway.. Ok, here are some important website links. Please check them out.. Here’s Tim’s amazing guitar machine.. http://www.chordelia.com here’s our online store where you can see some of the craft things we make and sell.. http://www.wayoutwestemporium.com/ and here’s our Patreon page where you can see more of our plans and dreams. (Remember even 5 dollars would make a BIG difference to us and we’d be very grateful.) https://www.patreon.com/user?u=2761318&ty=h and finally our FaceBook page https://www.facebook.com/way.outwest.524/ (Not quite sure what to do with this but we put photos and extra comments when we get around to it..) Thank you! Sandra & Tim blowinblog@gmail.com Copyright WayOutWest. All rights reserved. Please share if you like, but don’t copy or use without permission. Just get in touch via email blowinblog @ gmail.com Don’t steal our stuff! Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsA Year In Our Vegetable Garden – JanuaryJerry Baker’s Year Round Vegetable Gardening Summer Insect & Disease ControlSnack Recipes – How to Make a Spring Herb Hummus Vegetable GardenMy Favorite Nursery in Phoenix, Arizona for a Vegetable Garden!How to Plan a Bigger, Better Garden – Easy Vegetable Garden PlanningField Trip through the Vegetable Garden – June 2010

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17 Comments

  • DixieGirl9876 3 weeks ago

    Lovely to see your garden. Ours is a lot later than usual due to so much rain. That hoe is one my favorite (hand) tools for the garden.

  • Steffi Nitsch 3 weeks ago

    What happened to your german channel?? It seems to be closed!

  • Pascal Mair 3 weeks ago

    why the german channel is down? :O

  • Homeplace Journal 3 weeks ago

    You would think I wouldn't have slugs in the desert, but there they are! Not as large as the 1ft+ size slugs I had in Oregon, but still destructive. I go out early morning and 'harvest' slugs for the ducks…win, win…except for the slugs. ; ]
    You have the most perfect homestead Sandra and Tim! There are a bunch of folks that dream of having a place like yours. Not sure they know how much work it is, but I think it's worth it!! Thanks for sharing.

  • Manish Patel 3 weeks ago

    hi love this all . if you want helping hand please contact me. Patel.manish53@ymail.com

  • pferdefan 39 3 weeks ago

    Hallo ist etwas mit eurem deutschen Kanal. Ich finde ihn nicht mehr. und die Videos sind auch nicht mehr im Verlauf!

  • U.K. Show mice 3 weeks ago

    Thankyou

  • Katherine Richards 3 weeks ago

    My property came with an old garden and I let what I thought was weeds grow because the flowers were loved by the bees, then I found out its horseradish. I have so much and see how expensive it is , and think if I could sell just some of the harvest it would be nice money

  • wizard-Jade Peters 3 weeks ago

    i adore ur pup

  • UK Tony 3 weeks ago

    As everyone has said polygonatum or Solomon's seal. Beware, there is a Solomon's seal saw fly which attacks the leaves. Enjoy your videos and your narration.

  • Dan Grage 3 weeks ago

    Hello Sandra and Tim. I was wondering about the second rook, the one that wouldn't eat very well. I take it that he didn't make it? And also, why just the one orphan gosling? Did his parents abandon him? Thanks so much for the videos, I think they're the best on YouTube.

  • Clem B 3 weeks ago

    Lovely garden and flowers! 🙂 ours isn't as grown but we're getting there, and our bees are doing great this year in our little corner of French Brittany. I like watching your videos, it feels like home!

  • andreas papamoiseos 3 weeks ago

    A VERY BEAUTIFUL GARDEN WITH THE VEGETABLES AND FLOWERS YOU ARE BOTH LOVELY, GOD BLESS.

  • U.K. Show mice 3 weeks ago

    Hi could u plz plz do a video on how to buy a healthy horse plz

  • Kismet Bleu 3 weeks ago

    That is a Solomon Seal and they are fabulous. You can split them and they are very hardy. I have split mine and have four different clumps(?) and one yo my mother-in-law. I love it. That hoe is pretty cool. Wonder if I can find it on line.

  • Stuart K 3 weeks ago

    Brilliant, just brilliant.

  • osmith jovikin 3 weeks ago

    I think that tool might be a mattock