The last several days have been wonderful weather here in western Pennsylvania, after the long long winter and even eighteen degree temperatures a couple days ago, I decided that it is time to start gardening. The plants we had ordered from Indiana Berry company last December were already mailed, uh oh, that means time to get a move on. The top inch of the garden soil was frozen from the 18 degree night but the caultivator tore it up into chunks, I had tilled the garden in fall so it would be easy to till come spring. Temperatures soared to a scorching fifty degrees with sun and wind as I worked the soil multiple times during the day. It was exhilarating to work in the garden to say the least. The plants arrived Thursday, our daughter in law offered to help plant and Friday was planting day, the troy bilt horse with the furrow attatchment plowed nice furrows in the soft tilled earth, we planted a hundred Jersey Knight asparagus, fifty Caroline red raspberries and fifty Jewel black raspberries as well as seven rhubarb plants. Yeah at 71 years old a fella should "take it easy", no pain no gain I guess, can not describe how therapeutic this is after a long winter. Strawberries and Gooseberries will be planted next week, hope that everyone else is on schedule with your gardens. Where is the Ibupropin?