I’m afraid I haven’t been dedicating as much time to this blog as I’d like lately. Between the gardening, the talking about gardening, the eating, the sleeping, the relationship intimacy, and the exercising, I haven’t had much pep left around sunset to get much done online. About a month ago I joined twitter and tweeted about a wart I had growing on my finger. I updated my followers fairly frequently for three days, then stopped abruptly. Now Ive lost my login and password, so I guess my tweets will remain for posterity. Look me up on twitter. The wart on my finger disappeared as quickly as it had appeared a couple of weeks ago. Anyhow, I’m back: Expect frequent posts starting now. I’ve been filling my CF card with pictures almost every day, and soon I’ll be able to make the time to post some of the backlog some time soon. I’m also considering posting some photos taken in the field this summer during the dull winter months, to keep this blog bright and sunshiney.
In other news, Jessica and I will (hopefully) be selling top rate salad to whomever wants to buy some this autumn and early winter. I’ll post more regarding the logistics of this plan once we’ve got the finer details hammered out. The past couple of autumns we’ve harvested beautiful baby-leaf salad greens throughout September/October/November. This year, if the weather cooperates, we’ll hopefully begin selling salad some time in late October or early November. Stay tuned for exciting developments here at Hammersmark-Nassichuk (quarter) acre(s).