There’s a 100% chance of rain tomorrow. Time to get the area outside of the poly tunnel cleaned up and finish tidying up the inside. I want to be able to move around better in there. What a mess! 🤭 The theme song to Sanford and Son is playing in my head right now. 🤣

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