Friday, June 10, 2011
Bri noticed yesterday that the satellite view of our home on Google maps recently changed. Previously, it showed our home just before we moved in. When I remember the last view I can see how much we have done in the year and a half we've been here. Ours is the one with the green roof in the near middle of the picture. You can see the circles of mulch around the trees in the orchard in the front yard and the garden beds in the back (our garden beds can be seen from space! Well, sort of).
In the spirit of full disclosure, the green in the orchard and in the grassy area in the back is actually weeds; this was definitely taken in winter or early spring. Those same areas are now growing a mixture of pasture grass and clover that we seeded a couple weeks ago. Besides making for a nice substance on which to walk and play, the clippings will go to the birds for greens and to the compost to give us some nitrogen for the piles. And the clover will attract bees. Slowly, but surely, we are making progress.
This post is part of a Friday photo feature hosted by Rhonda Jean at Down-To-Earth.