Carrot harvest and stringing up dry beans
Summer has been good to us – as well as relentless in its dry heat. We have nothing to complain about compared to many regions of the country, but for the far northwest corner of Washington state this year has demanded near-constant irrigation. Without a few rainy days tucked in here and there we feel like we have been running full speed for months.
Our giant romaine looks perkier than we do
We’ve grown far more food than we did last year and everything is feeling just a little more streamlined. There is so much to learn – it is overwhelming – but we wouldn’t have it any other way.
A fiery market bouquet we were proud of and new fingerling potatoes