Adam is accomplishing things among the spring beds at a mighty pace. He finished the first bed and put a poly-tunnel over it.
The metal latticing for the peas to climb was also in the orchard, rather mangled up and buried in vines. It's amazing what you find lying around an old farm.
Inside the greenhouse Adam worked on potatoes. He'd bought organic ones to work with, as I said earlier.
I looked over at Adam a minute ago. He was ordering something online. I asked him what. He said, "A pound of worms." That's one of the next things he'll be starting -- vermiculture. That's worm-farming. It's quite the thing these days. You put the worms in dirt/compost/manure/whatever. They eat it. They poop it out. The poop is called worm castings, and it's very good for soil. Adam is all into making excellent soil.