Suncreek Garden Chronicles…And the Bionic Arm

Suncreek Garden Chronicles…You can’t keep a good man down.  It’s been 5 weeks since Farmer Hubs ripped his bicep from the tendon.  It has been three weeks since he had surgery to reattach the bicep.  It would appear that Farmer Hubs has had his old appendage replaced with a bionic arm. 

In the past 5 weeks Farmer Hubs and His Bionic Arm have turned the fall/winter garden over to a spring garden.  With a little help from the Farmers Son and Friends of the Farmer the temporary greenhouse was disassembled.  The remaining fall vegetable plantings were harvested and removed. The garden was tilled and fresh soil added. 

Farmer Hubs, The BionicArm and the Farmers Helpers planted; 27 heirloom tomato plants, spring lettuces, cucumbers, sugar snap peas, shallots, onions, potatoes, carrots and a variety of peppers. 

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11 responses to “Suncreek Garden Chronicles…And the Bionic Arm

  1. That brace does make it look like a bionic arm! I’m glad he’s getting back out in the garden. I think it will help keep his mind off the surgery/healing.

  2. You’ve got a salad going on in your garden :)
    Glad the farmer is back in action!

  3. Poor hubs he must be in SO much pain. Thank goodness for “helpers”. He must be feeling so frustrated

  4. Getting out into the sunshine was likely very restorative but yes – that arm does indeed look Bionic – Six million dollar man! :) MJ

  5. Bionic arm indeed…your photograph really captured the other bionic arm in action.

  6. Very impressive . . . especially for a one armed man. :D

    Hope you get a bumper crop!

  7. Looks like nothing can keep Farmer Hubs down! (Soil looks fantastic.) Farmer Hubs would make for a great weekly post . . ?

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