Plans for the Coming Month (Fishing and Gardening)

So. May starts tomorrow.
I keeping with my previous post about Spring and Beltane and things generally waking up, I thought I’d toss this up here:

To Plant (come the Long Weekend and the passing of “all danger of frost”):
Rainbow Chard (from seed – on the blacony)
Cherry Tomatoes (from sprouted plant – on the blacony)
Scarlet Runner beans (from seed – on the balcony)
Cucumbers (from sprouted plant – on the blacony)
Thelma Saunders acorn squash (maybe – from seed – on the balcony)

Morning Glories (from seed – in a window box)
Peppermint (from sprouted plant – in a window box)
Garlic Chives (from sprouted plant – in a window box)
Nasturtiums (from seed – in a window box)
Other Flowers (Ghost’s choice – from seeds or sprouted plants – in a window box)

Butternut squash (maybe – from seed – in a publically available plot)
Pie pumpkins (maybe – from seed – in a publically available plot)

To Acquire:
Fishing License (available from Candian Tire, I believe)
Filleting knife – a long, thin, sharp knife with a very pointy tip (we’ve probably got something appropriate already on hand)
Thelma Saunders acorn squash seeds (possibly from the Herb and Spice?)
Tomato, Garlic Chive, Peppermint, and Cucumber plants (probably from Home Despot – I mean Depot – particluarly if we’re also getting window boxes and soil, although possibly the Byward Market)
Window Boxes and soil (see above)
Some kind of “worm tea” or other fertilizer that may help our container garden grow

To Learn:

How to kill a fish:

How to clean and gut a fish I’ve just killed:

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