— They've got two or three greenhouses each. When it's hot I open them up, and when it's cold I close them. Well I'm here the whole time, but they just come on the weekends. He was born in 1926 – he's 73 years old. He hasn't worked for a year now. Before that he worked all the time; they didn't want to let him go. He was a good welder. All these shovels, hoes, all this different stuff. Look after them he says. I can't work anymore, and who else is gonna make them for you? Metal's expensive now. Last year he brought her here, already made (...) Watering from the ditches, in the hollows, that's what it's for. When we plant something — tomatoes, cucumbers. That dipper. The greenhouse is all the way back there, though. You scoop it out, for the hollows. Here's that skinny thing! Ha!