Hello! Sorry about the long lapse in posts, I know how important reading blogs can be for procrastination 😉 Most of you know that we’ve been having fog soup here for weeks on end. If you live or work in Ceres or other topographical dips, you know that we’ve been having fog STEW. With beans n greens. Yum! 🙂
Luckily, the sun has come out today! (Hallelujah!) And it being February and time to begin planting for spring and summer, I am slowly coming out of hibernation and revving up for some action.
In case you’re interested, I spent January working on various projects, including reupholstering some furniture, repainting things, wood carving, planning next seasons garden layout and seed order, drawing up a budget for the year, organizing, researching, and doing some harvesting and other garden stuff. I also got to go to the Ecological Farming Conference near Monterey!
So while I won’t bore you with the details of furniture upholstering, I will be putting up some updates on how the garden is doing. As usual, there are many experiments going on, mostly related to determining what the minimum amount of time that I have to spend outside in the cold fog each day is. 🙂