The new beds are 4x12. As I was installing them, I realized that all these years, I was shortchanging my garden. It seemed that what I thought were 4x 12 beds, were in reality quite a bit shorter. My wonderfully helpful neighbor helped me with some of the digging and lifting. They were then topped with cow manure.
Over the past several months, I've also topped with some crushed egg shells. The bed in the far right got the clean out of my chicken coop last fall.
The fence is being removed, as it is in the way of moving around some of the beds. All in all, I have just under 700 sq ft of raised beds to plant in. Considering 100 of that is planted in strawberries, I have 600 or so to plant. It doesn't sound like much to me, but in reality is quite a bit of space. I'd still like to add some additional beds, especially one for asparagus, but am just about out of space.
All of these beds will now have pipe fittings added to make them all capable of being turned into hoops. The brassicas in the basement are slated for planting in the hoops toward the middle to end of March, if things work out as I'd like. The tatsoi is already up in the basement nursery, so the season has officially started as far as I'm concerned.