Thursday, June 12, 2014


Ah, June.

Blue sky, breezes, bees buzzing, birds singing, the smell of tomato plants, and shadows from five hawks, bigger than airplanes, circling over a freshly disked field.

It's a good time to be a farmer!

For those of you who've asked (and those who haven't!) here are some photos of how the farm looked yesterday.

beets: thinned weeded, watered, and looking perky
Desiree red potatoes: almost ready to flower!
a bushy tomatillo plant
dry beans
beautiful Pueblo peppers from a friend of a friend in Colorado
second strand of twine on the tomato trellis
a precocious parent

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