Janet keeps a beautiful garden and one of her best tools is the worm pit. She constructed it from one layer of a compost system. It is generously large, making it easy for us to add kitchen scraps and spent flowers.
And it is easy to reposition, so the tomatoes, sweet peas and other flowers that follow thrive in the worms' footprint.
I'm an angelino of a certain age. Here's what I do:
hike the local mountains,
travel when I can,
make photographs at home and out there,
cook for one often and for crowds sometimes,
read cookbooks and fiction,
listen to radio and podcasts,
I love storytelling or more precisely story-listening. I am [p]retired from the law biz, and thinking about how to make some dollars out of hiking and photography. Let me know if you have any good ideas, won't you?