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Going to Canada 2007
Day 9: Cucumbers and Tomatoes
This morning we worked in the greenhouse.
Our job was to tie up cucumber plants.
Cucumber plants naturally grow along the ground.
We clipped them to pieces of string which are attached to a wire that runs along the top of the greenhouse.
We also picked off the crocked little cumbers and the yellow ones, which are dead.
And we picked off parts of the plant called suckers.
It gets really hot working in this greenhouse.
While we worked we saw some cute little frogs and some worms.
This is one of the places where we go to the toilet.
They call it an outhouse.
In New Zealand these kind of toilets are called long drops.
They are planning to build another outhouse by the wwoofing cabin.
In the afternoon we planted tomatoes again.