Jason planting on a rainy day, decked out in mosquito hat and layers of clothing.
Ollie has learned how to use scissors! He is 30 months old (:
I made potato soup, chili, and spaghetti with wild leeks and kale, all at the same time. I like to do this, and then we can eat for days and I don't have to cook. Very good for peace of mind!
My wonderful fleeces! I still haven't done anything with them, but I will soon (: The one wrapped in the tablecloth is Woolly Pippin's, and the one on the table is Teapot's.
Our new 'clubhouse'. So far, there are three rules for members to know:
1. No mosquitos allowed
2. No fighting in the clubhouse
3. Be nice
Three huge morels that I spotted in the wooded area right beside our house!
Morel mushrooms from our woods
Jason watering the garden with collected rainwater
Tomorrow is the first day of June - and I still have not tucked away the winter gear! I suppose I was in disbelief that winter truly had gone on its way. We have been busy. Jason has been working diligently at getting the gardens ready and planted with heirloom flowers and vegetables. In all, we have seven gardens. He put in a whole new plot this year dedicated to growing Floriani Red Flint corn, and I look forward to using it for tortillas and bread come the wintertime. We have been foraging in the woods; wild leeks and morel mushrooms right now, plus some other wild edible mushrooms.