Paige Gibson, a prior customer of BsnTech, contacted us to get a blog website setup. She wanted a simple site with the ability to share her posts and like them on social media along with the ability for visitors to subscribe to her blog.
We setup the site for her and configured the subscription platform to automatically send an email out to subscribers when a new blog post was created.
The site took us just a few days to setup and then a couple small changes were made.
The site for Paige is now setup and live!
Paige Gibson’s personal author website is at paige1books.com.
Charles reached out to us last week about getting a website created for his fencing business. He provided an example website that he liked and so we gave him an itemized estimate based on the site he provided.
After some pairing down of the features he didn’t need, we landed on a final price and he was ready for us to get started.
Charles sent us several pictures to use on the site and the info. We quickly created a fresh and modern website that was easy to navigate and look at the services he offers.
Today, the site was completed and approved.
The website for Wood Chuck Fencing Company, LLC is at woodchuckfencing.com.
I took some photos back on the 30th of August and am just having a chance to post now.
This year – our Granny Smith apple tree seemed to be ‘loaded’ with little apples. I was hoping that they were going to get larger, but they never did. That makes sense though – because the apple tree that I bought was put on a “semi-dwarf” rootstock. That means that they took the main plant when it was growing and spliced it in with a root that was small. That effectively limits the growth of the tree. That is good though – because there are power lines directly overhead the tree. And the semi-dwarf rootstock will allow for up to around 15 feet of growth.
But the sad consequence is that we are going to have apples that are maybe half (or smaller) than the size of a regular apple.
It is free fruit though! I picked about a dozen apples from the tree. Because I don’t spray or use any pesticides, some of them did have holes and chunks taken out of them.
On the same day, I also picked a decent amount of tomatoes. So they are side by side:
There isn’t much left of the garden – essentially only tomatoes and green beans. The green beans I have let loose – and they are now going to seed. This way I’ll have seed to plant next year without going to the store and buying it.
You can see that the pods are all turning brown and drying out – then I can open them and harvest the seeds.
The four Best Boy tomato plants have done pretty good this year. Considering we haven’t had tomatoes for the past two years due to deer, it has been great. There are lots of green tomatoes on the plants and we’ve picked probably three or four dozen tomatoes so far. The weather significantly cooled off the past few weeks so I am not sure how many more tomatoes are going to fully ripen.
Another just another picture of the front garden:
The last picture is from the onions. A couple weeks back, I spent a good amount of time cutting the tops off the onions outside. They have all been sitting on the outside table for several weeks to allow them to dry. So it was time to clean the table up.
Overall, the Walla Walla Onions did very good this year with over 100+ harvested. A good handful were very large but the majority were smaller.
Clifton reached out to us asking about website design services. He was prepared with the material written up that he wanted on the site along with having a professional logo already designed.
Upon the initial payment, we started his the Eagle Point Inspections, LLC website and had it mostly done within 24 hours. A few small updates later, the site was completed and approved within 72 hours!
Since Clifton had everything ready, this greatly helped us get the website completed in a very quick timeframe.
The website for Eagle Point Inspections, LLC is at eaglepointinspections.com.