For the past few weeks we have barely had time to stop. Everyday we have a new “to do” list that is daunting and exhilarating. Josh and I both secretly love our lists, seeing checks by all of the items accomplished for the day. My Type A personality is rubbing off on him. School is just about out for the summer which means more time to dig, plant, weed, harvest, repair, etc., etc. Josh’s mother flew in from Colorado this week and has been a tremendous help during this time of planting. Words cannot express our gratitude for all of the help. There are not enough hours in the day and it only reaffirms my constant thought that time just goes by way too fast.
What’s New: Fence, Lots of greens growing in the hoop house, 20 + tomato plants transplanted in the garden rows and in the hoop, 100 + leeks transplanted into the ground, 25 + cabbages transplanted, cantaloupe, herb beds growing, mustard greens, potatoes, and red, yellow, white onions in the ground. Unfortunately the bunnies got a hold of all of our broccoli transplants before the fence was completed; we will need to re-sow. The chicks do not look like chicks any longer and literally change in appearance overnight. All-in-all, things are looking good for our first season and a VERY late, cool, wet spring.