Hi Frenchie:frow so sorry you are having such a cruddy week:hugs Also sorry I missed you, I was really hoping to run into you, pooo. I am surprised that lady actually let go of that tank! It was hilarious! We just started chatting about how nice the weather was and before I knew it the daughter was trying to solicit my help in talking her mom into leaving the tank:gig I actually wound up trying to help the mom's cause after she was so set on getting the thing home. I agree about the guys asking. I know I talked to just about everyone there (I'll strike up a conversation with just about anyone that doesn't look like they will bite:love ) and I visited every vendor, stood at the food table yakking with Wave, even think I had a quick word with the guys at the table. Thank you for letting me take the bags. I hope to try and make a "beta test" this week out of a Nutrina bag I have. Been a long time since I've had my sewing machine out so this aught to be interesting.
Luckily I got all my gardens in before the rains came and the coop is finished so I have a little down time before the next round of graduation parties, visiting children/grandchildren, then harvesting and canning, etc. oh crumb! forgot! since the weather was so bad this morning, tomorrow I have to go pick strawberries!
took this pic this morning after the rain. This is a pic of girls and puppy's "play yard", my herb garden, workshop/sunshed, and behind to the left is my new coop and run and you can see my my greenhouse just to the right with the garden cottage beyond. Behind the greenhouse is my bean and cuke garden, next to the left and behind the cottage are the potatoes, cauliflower, onions and brussel sprouts. To the left of the coop is the pumpkin patch. our field 20 or so acre field stretches to our woods. you can tell how sandy we are. Rain all morning, 2" yesterday, picture took minutes after the sun came out and not a puddle! Took us years of soil building to get the gardens into good growing shape (trailers full of donated horse manure, seaweed from when they cleaned out Post lake, bags and bags and bags of compost)