Monthly Archives: September 2016

Found, Lost, and Eaten

This time of year, farm nights turn far chillier than city nights. The first question of the day is “how cold will it get tonight”. An early light frost ruined a lot of cayenne peppers last year, something I am … Continue reading

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The Deep End

I waded into the pumpkin patch and found these guys ready to pose for the camera. By wading, I mean battling through tall weeds, looking at a field of still-green vines, and plottng how to step through without destroying too … Continue reading

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Taking A Breather

It’s time to begin checking in on pumpkins and winter squashes. These baseball-sized pumpkins are cute and beloved by PTA’s for the fall. We start cutting them off the vine, and letting them cure in the sun to form a … Continue reading

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