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i recently met marnie at the barn where i ride once a week. we were chatting in the tack room, and as we polished our bridles after our lesson this week, i mentioned that my boys were growing and selling … Continue reading
harvesting the last of the veggies these days, and collecting the seeds for next year. autumn arrives tomorrow. there is something very satisfying about the cycle of things and all that this season brings.
our veggie garden is booming! here are the raised beds earlier this spring… and now, the bed on the left… and right…it’s almost too much! you might have noticed the hasty addition of chicken wire around the raised beds. it … Continue reading