Oh...summer...where did you go?! This summer has flown by between working on Flood Town Books and trying to keep up on the farm. We didn't get very far towards our farm goals this year with drought, wind and a lack of time. However, we were able to host our annual lavender wreath making class, which was wonderful! We also have had a smaller garden...enough for us, but not enough to sell produce boxes. Our trees got a good trimming; a job that has been on the bucket list for a few years. Much of this summer went to maintaining and sometimes that is the best we can do.
I had high hopes of hosting a farm to table dinner this September, but Justin has helped me see the reality that it ain't gonna happen this year....again:( Between the new rise in Covid cases in our area, the lack of produce in the garden and the fact that the whole place looks like it has been through the dustbowl we decided to postpone for another year. I will say that the theme for the next Farm to Table has been set and it is a good one...so keep an eye out for more information next spring/early summer.
We plan to end the season with a little yoga on the farm this next week, which will be a fun way to say hello to friends and do a bit of relaxing before school starts again.
ALSO....a new project is under works here...which will make classes and dinners so much better! Here is a sneak peak. Any guesses?!?
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