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... re there! Interesting to note that they always seem to be out and about when I'm in the hoop house.... They probably know I'm petrified of them so they want to help me get over my fear. Well, it doesn't work snakey snakes! As good as their intentions may be. Lol. So about 11.30am Deb and I headed out to deliver the vegetable boxes at the Cambridge Food Co-Op. We first stopped in Mora quickly and then had a few pit stops on the ...
... for it! Lots of boats out on the lake (I assume people were taking advantage of the great weather and going fishing!). We then came back and didn't do much again... Just too hot and we were exhausted from the heat of the day... So once Deb was home we all had a late dinner and now we are all ready for bed! Hopefully it won't be as hot tomorrow as it was today... And tomorrow is my last day on the farm!!! :( I'm really going to miss the beauty and peace of sapsucker ...
... lot more now! They're so funny and curious though... I had a few of them come up to me whilst I was cleaning it with the hose pipe and they wanted a drink so I poured the hose in front of them and they started pecking at the water that was on the grass! So cute! By the time I was finished it was just after 12pm... We broke for lunch about 12.30pm and then at 1pm Jim, Sarah and I drove over to a dairy farm to pick up straw but because Jim is good friends with the guy who runs it, we got ...
... been planning but we stupidly decided to do it in the pouring rain... That was a bad move! Even wearing rain jackets my jeans got soaked! We couldn't end up finding one of the hose pipes anyway so we decided to just go inside and wait till Deb and Jim got home. We spent a couple of hours just relaxing (again, the weather just was not co-operating!) then Jim and Deb arrived home at about 1pm so we made lunch ...
... and he gave Sarah and I a wood stick that is meant for your hair and it's got birds feathers from Arizona tied on to it on the end. It's really cool! Surprisingly we did sell some produce though... Seems like there were some people who didn't care too much about the weather and came for a little while anyway! the bok choy was a big hit! Also because it was priced at only $1.50 which is a bargain AND it's certified organic! In a supermarket you would pay ...
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