Here’s the West Garden, put to bedÂ with the indispensable help of my mom and dad, who were visiting from Belgium the last two weeks. Â Thank you, Oma and Opa, also for helping me extract another 25 lbs. of honey, totaling the honey harvest from Hive 3 to almost 50 lbs!Â
I keep saying this is the last harvest, but I keep finding more food, like this nest of Tromboncino squashes.
We also bucked and split wood and stacked it in the East Garden, a little less than a cord’s worth (the middle stack in the picture). Those blocks of cord wood are six rows deep! Feels good to have so much firewood in stock. We also gained a lot of kindling from that dead pine that came down, I just need to cut it up and stash it somewhere dry.
Last but not least we’re getting 3 to 4 eggs a day from the ladies. They’re still small pullet eggs, but o so delish!