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Hello Readers, sorry for the long time without a post. I have nothing particular to write about, so I will write a little and post a bunch of pictures.
I think when I left off, we were in a drought, and I needed to plant black-eyed peas on the big field to increase the nitrogen of the soil. We determined that the deadline would be Oct. 15th. if we didn't get rain by then, we would put the irrigator back in the field. I was hesitant to ...
Yesterday, Friday the 2nd, my Ford F250 and the cargo container was finally ready to clear customs. I had taken the truck to the port on September 1st. were it had a two week rest before they put it on a ship. The container got lost in Miami for an unknown period of time..but got to the port as well. Both, somehow got on the same ship and arrived at the same time. I knew that Friday was going to be a total unknown, so I told the school that Zoe would not be there. I ...
Deja, Deja, Deja Vu...believe it and it will come true!
How can you go wrong starting a blog with lyrics from a Jimmy Buffett song.
Like I eluded to in my previous post, one thing was missing from the Belizean Farming Experience...Rain!!! Rule one about farming in the tropics, the rains start in July and end in November. That is why it is called the rainy season. Something had gone real wrong!
Zoe and I got back the first week in September. We arrived to very hot weather and what was now being called a drought. Just like Florida, the rainy season coincides with the hurricane season. Around the first week in July, the rains start, crops are planted on this schedule every year. Here it was the first week in September and we had less then an inch of rain since I took over July 14th. I will cover this disaster in the next blog...this ...
Before I get into our corn harvest, there is an equally important harvest that takes place several times a week. LIMES!! We were quickly introduced to lime-aid by Belen, the wife of the seller, Frank. And boy has that recipe been reproduced since. First by Fred who made many batches while he was still down here. Then by me. When Zoe got here, she as been faithfully making it when ever the picture is running low. On average a gallon of lime-aid gets consumed a ...