Even though we had to combine it with a bunch of turnip greens purchased outside our land. Baby steps.
Tei is in Paris working (tough life, Ted). When he comes back he better be ready to build me a mother-effing chicken coop. Below are a couple of shots of the eggs we bought from a Connecticut farmer who also sold us raw milk. I’m going to visit him again this weekend and I recommend you all get in on this. Cooked milk is so over. Right now is baby cow season, so the milk is mad fatty. So...
Recycled tire planters
Great job, me. Who is gonna mow this shit?
Remind me to tell you about the time I spent an entire day laying 5 rolls of free sod (Thanks Amy and Kendal!) around a random portion of the garden. It’s a real knee-slapper. OK, I’ll tell you now. Let’s leave aside the sheer unbelievability that I was even able to lift these things. It’s a miracle the stuff is surviving. Everything I read about how to root sod warned...