Putting the Garden to sleep


I beautiful fall day enjoying my yard and putting my garden to sleep for winter.

19 Comments on "Putting the Garden to sleep"

  1. Dammit MAN! Blasphemy coming from your mouth at this time! 🙂 I’m in one of those southern states and we’re full up with illegals already. Can you send some of your people that won’t just siphon off the system and demand more? We could also use English speakers as well. That would be a total bonus! 🙂

  2. davidnightingale | September 14, 2010 at 2:52 am |

    5 stars. Nice back yard. Cheers

  3. lol chickens! Yep God is GOOOOOOD!

  4. bluediamond2077 | September 14, 2010 at 3:56 am |

    Good point.

  5. Yankeeprepper | September 14, 2010 at 4:19 am |

    LOL. I tell you what, there have been more times than I want to admit that I have been caught be my sprinklers early morn. with a cup of joe in hand. What a way to wake up.
    Pretty embarrassing when the deer learn faster than you.

  6. Thanks for another awesome video. I used to have one of those Have-a-Heart sprinklers. I kept forgetting to turn it off when I went out to do yard work, and it kept getting me! I should get it out, though, and put it out by my fruit trees. The deer are decimating them. Thanks for reminding me.

  7. Great video… I have the kids rake leave and cover the garden every fall. I just planted my garlic for next year,,,, Thanks for posting the video…

  8. TheOriginalJoeBloggs | September 14, 2010 at 5:39 am |

    CUL8R

  9. LOL – 10 men vs 100 Hippies

  10. Yankeeprepper | September 14, 2010 at 6:32 am |

    Arizona is beautiful state and there is alot of things to do there to have fun.

    I was not born in Minnesota, but picked it as my home for many reasons. A couple of them include all this fresh water and also the seasons. I like winter. I do alot of snowmobiling, skiing and even winter camp.
    I believe the winter itself could be a huge advantage if we do go through a crash. There will be a massive migration to southern states, leaving a very depopulated Northern hemisphere.

  11. bluediamond2077 | September 14, 2010 at 6:40 am |

    i live in arizona we have so many ppl who come here from your state to get away from the cold. it’s 85f here today. id love to move up there one day. the summers here at 120F are getting to me. I think id have a green house though to get away from the cold part of the day. Man how do you take it there with out a greenhouse ? Do you garden indoors at all under lights?

  12. Yankeeprepper | September 14, 2010 at 6:44 am |

    Thanks man. I hope she kicks this fever too. I trim those trees in FEB. Wide not Tall.

  13. i know 100 hippies needin a job….hope your girl gets better….one with nature, i have the same feeling….troybuilt tiler is ok, cub cadet is more aerodynamic for high speed tilling(and skiing)….trim your peach trees in feb(you want them to grow out, not up)….great vid 5*****

  14. Yeah no sense worrying about the deer decimating your garden after the collapse…plenty of sheeple will ‘try’ to take care of that situation*

  15. Very nice tour.

  16. Yankeeprepper | September 14, 2010 at 8:20 am |

    I am happy to know that you know how I feel. It’s a hard thing to explain.

  17. Yankeeprepper | September 14, 2010 at 8:39 am |

    Hi- I have had a Troy Bilt 8 HP tiller for 15 years now and have been very happy with it. Tecumsah engine. The only thing I have replaced are tires and belts.

  18. anyonefindAMERICA | September 14, 2010 at 9:05 am |

    I know exactly what you mean, you are closer to HIM because you are in his creation. A building is a “molested” altar to GOD.

  19. What kind of tiller do you use? I am going to invest in one – my garden gets bigger each year.

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