Another Terra Nova Gardens Post
Yes this is yet another post on the Terra Nova Gardens. I can't help it. My imagination is running wild with anticipation. Can you tell? These two properties together would be almost an acre of land which would net, after a major clean up, about half to two thirds of an acre to turn into gardens. That would be more than enough to keep me busy and out of trouble for many years to come. Don't you think?You may have to click on the picture to get a bigger view of the properties. As you can see there are many trees. The left road in the picture has a major bank that drops down to the flat part of the property. I'd say that the usable part of the property is about half. The rest on the left of the property will be left in trees to hold the bank together. The bank is about a 45 degree climb which may require a stairway in the future project plans.
Here's a little higher up view of where the property is situated. You can see that it's surrounded by city but yet kind of isolated from the city. The property lines in this picture are both properties. The one that's mine and the one that will be in foreclosure soon.
Here's a closer look at the properties. I have marked where the turkeys were and if you click on the picture you can get a bigger picture. You can see why I'm concerned about them crossing the road. It's a major thoroughfare and I wouldn't want anything to happen to Tom and his girls.
It's difficult to decide what to do first when spring comes. Now I have to rethink my backyard gardens as well. That will have to be more immediate vegetable gardening fresh for the table. The storage and give away will come from Terra Nova Gardens.