Well, mother nature smiled upon my garden since I planted yesterday. We've had more rain in the last 24 hours than the last week. She must have known it was planting season.
Anyway, if you read my last post, you know I spaced on the spacing of my spinach (I love illiteration). Well, today I did 10 minutes of gardening when I got off work. It was raining but true Seattleites won't let rain bother them. I couldn't very well move spinach seeds, but I could easlily manipulate the decaying peat pots. So I broke them all up and left 4 in the original area and moved six to a corner section of the spinach row that I knew I hadn't planted anything yet. See how pretty they look now that I have good spacing? If too many seeds germinate I can always thin them out or transplant them to other squares.
Anyhow, after pinging Toasty about my pea problems (I only soaked them for an hour instead of overnight when they would have sprouted). She figures I did no harm but not much good either. So I didn't help my peas along much. Hopefully the drounding I gave them yesterday (and today), along with Mother Nature's help, they will keep up with Toasty's germination rate. If they're more than a week later than hers, she suggests I replant. Apparently she planted some in late April once and still got a decent crop. Boy am I glad I have a Seattle contact as a sounding board. As great as Judy and the rest of the folks are at Ft2Garden.com, Toasty's got experience in my town growing what I'm growing. That's invaluable.
Finally, I found more worms that have bitten the dust. I'm not sure if Flatlander can advise me but I sure hope he can. He's the closest thing I know to the Worm Guy.