Rose-petal syrup and tea yield unexpected results leading to further experiments and discoveries–and some quietly delicious and perfectly pink results.
Fall colors peaked a few days ago. Snow creeps down the mountains as daytime temps rise only into the 50s. The final harvests begin. Yesterday, we dug potatoes. I planted potato bits […]
As a kid, when we drove past a field of cows (which we did often) I’d wonder, “What’s it like to spend your days standing in your food?”
After a rough start (eight inches of snow on June 2nd), the garden is thriving, and it’s harvest time in Alaska.
Today, our main garden has 350 square feet of raised beds. Then there are the strawberry/raspberry beds (probably another 350 square feet), the Million Dollar Flower Bed, Chili’s Flower Bed, and what […]
A few days after the surprise June 2nd snow storm, plants bounce back, and it’s summer business as usual.