Most of the roof on the potting shed now, still plenty to do though. Sight a line and saw fence posts to Linda’s exacting esthetic, install two 8′ gates, that’ll all be done shortly. 108 peppers, 45 eggplant, 96 tomatoes pulled and in the compost pile. Pulling or covering what we should ‘ere this weekend’s first hard freeze.
Finding the time and energy to run semi regularly. Sunday South of Yutan, sun rising over both Elkhorn and Platte, four biggest hills in the world. Winged ankles. Anxious feet. Thirty five days to sixty years old. Still bleating, still competing.
Dani on the left, Billy on the right. The two newest additions at the Bar None. Linda has wanted Dwarf Nigerians for the last couple years and the opportunity for a quality rescue was just too hard to pass up.
Nuts to you! Driving back from Oklahoma last week I noticed George Washington Carver was born in Minneapolis, KS. I grew these in a trial bed this summer, five plants produced over 500 of the protein packed legumes. Roasted and ready for peanut butter. Totally chemical free and organic, just like my running.