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The ducks have a new yard, my future tomato and bean garden. 12.22.17
Oh! I so much wanted to pick-up one of those ears and crunch into it!
Beautiful harvest, Daniel!
It's true! There is real satisfaction in bypassing the vegetable aisle--for a few months, anyway. We keep our harvest of onions, beets, garlic, carrots, Brussels sprouts, leeks, squash, and cabbages in a cold (unheated) room till January, when that space threatens to get too cold, then we move them into the basement, which serves pretty well as a root cellar till about March.
Don, it looks like you never have to buy onions, carrots, and probably many other things from the store.
I love the look of that raspberry wine, Randall. I made some black currant vodka earlier this summer, also some cherry vodka, and have been pleased with the results.
Yesterday, I pulled my yellow onions. They did better this year that usual--good size.
Impressive carrot harvest Don.
Same for your squash Daniel.
I made my first "Fall batch" of red raspberry wine yesterday, and will make more today. I have a balloon attached to show the fermentation process occuring. Of course, the raspberries are mine. I'll be moving a portion of my patch after the season ends.
Well, my garden is full of weeds that tower over my head telling me that the soil is in excellent shape and I am the biggest slug of all. Just no energy. Thankfully, the structure of my plantings hold their own in this jungle and provides excellent growing space for some ambitious younger person.
Daniel, your squash, persimmons, and pumpkins surely would win in a county fair! Everything looks healthy with promises of delicious flavors. Whatever you do, it produces fine products.
You and Don would compete head to head at a county fair.
Vancouver in Western Washington State and Danville, Vermont in northern Vermont produce some fine garden products.
Don, the carrots shine in the sun like jewels too precious to eat. They look healthy and robust.
Cary likes my carrot soup best of all the soups I make. Your supply should last well into the winter.
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