Sunday, February 28, 2010


In January and February, we spent a lot of time working on taxes, accounting, websites, flyers, mailings, and planning. We also had some quality time with family and friends. This all worked out well for Ken, who was recovering from a hernia operation he had in early January. Our neighbors, Bennie and Lynette, helped us lay aside enough wood to feed the wood burning stove we installed in November. Beginning in March, we will be turning our efforts to all the outside work that needs to be done. On the list are: greenhouse repairs and upgrades, vehicle and equipment repair and modification, outbuilding repairs, building new marketing stands and signs, seeding, etc. We are figuring out how to run our blog and plan to have a weekly posting of two photos and a brief commentary to try give you a feel for our season as it progresses. Hope your year is off to a good start.

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