On day 2, our goal was to layout the labyrinth design on the grass-free and fertilized land and to dig the 1 foot trenches where our “Tuscan Blue” rosemary will be planted. This is probably the most labor intensive as all so far of the dirt dug out then needs to be transported out via wheelbarrow to the truck- (we still have a bit of this to finish up with this step on Monday, March 23). We start our day at 8:30am- take a 30-min. lunch break- and finish up at around 2:30p with clean-up etc with time for the students to change their clothes and re-emerge into the urban landscape!
- Our progress at the lunch break
Evelin and Pamela
Wolfie, Pamela, Evelin
Half way there...
Evelin taking a moment
Pamela and Ms. Eck
So happy to be diggin'
John, "What's next?"
Mary and Pamela, "OMG!"
Pamela and Vanessa
An arial shot- end of Day 2- The design- Wow! Great work everyone!
- The design is layed out for the 2nd time, this time with powdered gypsum. We’ll “trench” where the markings are to make way for the rosemary hedge.
The layout-pre trench dig
Diggin' in the dirt....wonderful experience...the earth!!!!
Christian in a poetic mood- lunch break
Ariel- Medium shot, before the planting...