The rear view
The front and inside (still very empty). I have since placed several jugs of water inside to serve as passive heat. I obviously need more shelves. Honestly, it was bigger than I thought it would be.
The other side. The tires you see in the foreground will help hold the fruit trees. You can also see one of the two holes we dug to place them in. The ground was too soupy to work with today so they are still in my closet.
Oh yeah. The legendary rock wall that took all of last summer to build. I don't remember who it was who told me that the mortar would season and it wouldn't look quite as bad, but they were mostly right. Now that it's filled with dirt it doesn't seem to be quite as much of an eyesore. The next step is to build a walk way around it with rock and sand. The roses are in the middle; you can't see them against the mulch.
Tomorrow I'll plant the (dwarf) apple trees. They have me a little worried. It wasn't a cheap investment so I need them tor do well. This isn't a simple matter of replanting seed. This is a tree! More pictures to come of course.