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Category Archives: Winter
Our garden is still snow covered, but we have green sprouts inside. I took advantage of the 30 degree temperatures and sun yesterday to work on pruning some of our fruit trees. This is where the 1-2 feet of compacted … Continue reading
We saw the sun on Tuesday this week, though daily snow showers and gray skies continued the rest of the week. I’ve been regularly brushing the snow off the cold frame. These longer days will help the greens begin to … Continue reading
We didn’t get as much snow as predicted from this Nor’easter. We were in the 12-24″ range, but most of yesterday the snow didn’t accumulate hardly at all. Here was the garden Friday Morning. Friday mid-day, not much change. By … Continue reading
My blogs been rather quiet lately as the garden’s under a layer of snow. We’ve been busy around the house but too busy to blog about much. My mom commented how quiet the blog was, so here’s an update. Before … Continue reading
Merry Christmas to you and your families. May you find joy in the birth of Christ who humbled himself and was born to save us.