What about the worms?
We decided a walk in the woods and shoreline fishing at a lake nearby, was in order yesterday. Don't worry we made sure we were social distancing the whole time. Thank God for now they are letting us in the parks. No, we didn't catch anything and yes, we froze to death near the shore.
We did run into a problem with our plan, where to get worms? Now we have dug for worms in the garden before but that's after it's been plowed and it's a bit warmer. The worms we found were very small and hard to find. That seemed to be right up youngest grand child's alley though. She loved it.
We came back home and decided to move our patio furniture around and boom right under the potting bag there were 10 big worms. Not wanting to let them go to waste I put them in a old cool whip container and decided to start a worm bin. Of course I didn't know how, so I went to you tube. My favorite go to is MI gardener and he showed me how. There are many tutorials on there so, you can pick you favorite if you want to do this too.
The worm bin is in the garage in a dark place by the freezer. I had a nightmare last night that they all escaped and were now in the freezer. To tell the truth, I'm a little afraid to go and find out this morning. Maybe I should move them.
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