Fall Greens!

As some crops that love summer’s heat start to wane, the beautiful fall greens thrive.  this year we have several wonderful new – to – us greens from our participation in the UW vegetable trials.  Ken plants them in a “nursery.”       Then he transplants them out.           Here is a light green Tokyo bekana – a loose head tender leafed Chinese cabbage – great raw or braised   …

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Harvest Newsletter

Greetings from the Garden!  This week’s CSA box has lettuce, greens, tomatoes, potatoes, peppers, eggplant, onions, garlic, beans cucumbers, celery, and fennel       Field Notes.  Ken has been digging potatoes, harvesting tomatoes, peppers, etc.  Plants are pushing that final leg of the marathon of the growing season.  Enjoy all these hot weather vegetables now as some will end with first frost.  We are heading into fall crops as well Ken has been working …

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Wool Rug Progress

After a morning in the kitchen, and some friendly delightful customers, i headed upstairs to work on weaving my last rug on this warp.  I started with army green and added the end border stripe       I did narrow grey and then the pink beige that was the narrow border stripe on the previous rug of mostly blue.         You can see that prior rug on the cloth beam   …

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