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My New Job In Sacramento

STILL IN A RELAXING MODE...

Woke up around 8.30am each morning to the sounds of chirping from the birds... after our breakie in the house, we walked around the ranch... without a cowboy suit and hat though...
At the ranch....
No animals though...

Need to do a lot of gardening here ....  
When do we ever start, I really don't know..
Meanwhile, started off with the easiest task ... Watering!
I know nuts when it comes to planting....
My supervisor has not given me any tasks as yet....
Look what I've found!!
Giant Lemons!!
So juicy too!!
Some kind of flowers.....
Oh dear, I better learn up some gardening skills and names...
I am actually "freezing" but got to act Strong.. hahahaa...
At the gardens...
Flowers waiting for us to be replanted...
Somehow we haven't start on them yet....
Still in jetlag mode.....
Pretending to be...
Got to get familarized to the weather and surrounding first...
That is where I am now... 
In the middle of nowhere..
Very quiet and serene....
My New Job as a Gardener cum Farmer!



Comments

  1. I wish it were cold here, hot hot so very hot every day! :(

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  2. Still cold in summer?

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  3. Nice oh. I want to join you too.

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  4. Hehehe.... So quiet and big over there.

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  5. Nice, big & peaceful place. Oh boy, I love the juicy lemon.

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  6. Wow..nice vacation..hv fun

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  7. Those lemons look so good! We cannot grow them in our climate. I think this trip is for rest and fun, so no planting!

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    1. How come you cannot grow them over there? too cold?

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  8. Wow...i love the lemon, Claire. Enjoy your holidays..

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  9. not bad with gardening job, u gotta harvest the fruits after hard days labor! ah, those giant lemons, can make great lemonade!

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  10. Beautiful place, but it would be good if have some activities to do, such as horse riding

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  11. The lemonade made from the giant lemons must be very refreshing! I would not know that it was cold at your side if you did not tell us since you were wearing only a T shirt and no jackets.

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  12. Any drought? Some californian lakes were drying up as stated in google news of late, true kah?

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  13. The place is really big and plenty of space for planting. A lot of hard work. I love those pretty flowers you are going to plant.

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  14. am super jealous of the big big lemons there.....so nice leh

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  15. I was about to ask why not wearing your bikini in summer?
    But you said you were freezing! OMG! Please wear more clothes.

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