Yesterday we felt like we were getting a second wave of summer. Even the wild strawberries must have thought so because they were flowering. And the toads were emerging from under the landscape fabric in the high tunnel. The strange haze in the sky from the fires out west brought about a fuzzy glow to everything.
On the Horizon...
Many of our crops are winding down — and many were terminated after three nights of freezing temps last week (sadly our basil, beans, and flowers didn't pull through) — but don't worry, we still have two more weeks of farm fresh food to share with our CSA members: Radishes, onions, more winter squash, etc.
Boundary Waters Bound
After our delivery today we'll be setting off on a Boundary Waters camping trip. This is our favorite time of year to camp because the fall colors are stunning and there are typically no mosquitoes! We're looking forward to some and relaxation and seclusion and will celebrate John's birthday in his favorite place in the world!