If you look closely, you'll notice that a sign says "Cripple's Crawl-way." It officially names the path which divides the garden, so CL can crawl in between the rows of goodies. She uses Yoga mats on the path, to cushion her body and prevent sores and bruises. The logs help irrigate the area, and allow for CL to sit down. The netting stops vermin from pilfering the corn, beans, tomatoes, greens, watermelon, squash, carrots, etc...
CL calls this "occupational therapy."
Once this garden lures Bambi to the scene? I will call it "lunch."
I was found as a stray in Taiwan, in the company of 2 other dogs, with a wire band wrapped around my neck. I was by far the skinniest among the 3, because I was always the last one to eat whenever we could find food. A Canadian family took me in and worked with the Animal Rescue Team TAIWAN (http://www.savedogs.org/english/) to sponsor my travel to the United States. I was fostered by Judy, a wonderful lady who showed me kindness and helped with my shyness. I was later adopted by crazy lady Karen. She helps me make friends, and I am learning to trust again.