Bacon cheese burger

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Fueling Around

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Picked the first balcony tomato today
Was planning a BLT but changed to a bacon cheese burger deluxe.
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I took the top slice and wife got the second slice in her salad.
Wife cooked onions
Generous mustard in the bottom bun. Dukes on the top bun.
That is my dry cured bacon. I was planning 2 slices (4 pieces) but wife decided she wanted some in her salad.
Bread is my sour dough loaf.
Lots of tomato to eat tomorrow
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BLT with my slab bacon
 
Any thoughts on re-using the dirt in the planter bed from the year before? Or should start fresh after the winter? We have raised beds to grow stuff in so the rabbits don't get to them. Occasionally the squirrels go after the tomatos. Not sure why as they seem to take one bite and drop them lol.
 
Any thoughts on re-using the dirt in the planter bed from the year before? Or should start fresh after the winter? We have raised beds to grow stuff in so the rabbits don't get to them. Occasionally the squirrels go after the tomatos. Not sure why as they seem to take one bite and drop them lol.
I plan on using mine in the beds and planter bags. Mine settled in the raised bed so I'll top with 10" new mix. Pots / bags I plan on half emptying and topping off.
 
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Thanks for the likes and comments everyone.
I was planning a BLT for the first tomato, but it was supper so I broke out the weber and amped it up with a burger patty.

Any thoughts on re-using the dirt in the planter bed from the year before? Or should start fresh after the winter? We have raised beds to grow stuff in so the rabbits don't get to them. Occasionally the squirrels go after the tomatos. Not sure why as they seem to take one bite and drop them lol.
Garden back north the deer will take a bite out of a fresh tomato and prune the vegetation, too.
We leave in about a month and my plan is to cut back the foliage and leave the bucket for the summer. Next winter I'll just stir it up and dig in another plant. The rotting roots will replenish the organic matter.
Back north we do the same with my wife's flower pots.
 
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