Although we have a garden out back, I like to plant a cherry tomato out front, where it can get more sun. There’s also the bit about not having to walk up a flight of sinking concrete stairs to get to the hill that is our back yard. Last year I planted three cherry tomatoes in big plant pots by the side of the driveway. They worked OK. This year I got one good sized seedling and put it in a 5 gallon bucket on the front deck. This has worked great! The thing has grown so much that the plant stakes were falling over, so we plunked a narrow board into the ground. Yesterday, I screwed on another board, so it’s about 2.5 meters high.
(they’re crappy photos, sorry. I took a bunch; the camera apparently didn’t know what to focus on)
So here’s something I’m curious about,
This is along the Rail Trail, and there are several of them. What I’m curious about is the sign, “confined space entry”.
Um, do we not all see that the space to enter this is small? Or that there isn’t much space up there?
Oh, it’s not actually about the size of the entry or the size of the space up there. OSHA has this to say… huh? This sign, Danger, Permit Required, Confined Space, Do not Enter speaks to that OSHA business and is much more sensible (most of us just need to see “Do Not Enter”).
But when does the City of Augusta make sensible decisions?