Monthly Archives: October 2011

Frost on the Pumpkin

The frost in on the pumpkin and our market season is winding down.  I love the transitional season of fall.  Harvesting in the fields is slower and quieter.  The earth is damp and full of scent.  It surprises me that … Continue reading

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Harvesting Uncommon Gold

Val and I have made a commitment.  We are vegetable farmers who are concerned about the price of food, how it is grown and bringing great food to market.  To that end we have decided to eat as much from … Continue reading

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Simple Pleasures: Shelling Beans

Our farm season is soon coming to a close, yet we still have much to offer at our market stall.  Beautiful lettuces, spinach, turnips, rutabaga,  three kinds of kale, Swiss chard and beets have all made their appearance.  As farmers we … Continue reading

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The Bitch Is Back!

Ok.  I know it’s been two weeks, but you know the minute things began to slow down just a bit, so did my ambition!  Before we went up north for a few days, I was loosing my perspective, grumpy and … Continue reading

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