Market List; Grass Fed Lamb, Bright Lights Swiss Chard, Purslane and Free Range and
Non GMO Eggs
Sunday I was able to make Sam's Salty Dills and today I will be making my first batch of Salsa for the season.
As you know, most of us have been needing some rain, the sheep had cleared most of the pastures. It has just been so hot and no rain, grass just won't grow. Three Rivers has just been gasping for some. We finally got about 3/4 inch last week and as with Missouri, its always in excess, More than 3 inches this week. Thankfully the garden has the shaped and raised beds so the tomatoes won't suffer. Everything is lush now. This has also lowered the temperatures. Last night I reached for a blanket on the couch. After being hot for so many weeks in a row, 79 degrees seemed like 50.
So tomorrow will be a perfect, 82 degrees. We have some of our promotional cups left. Rayven and I will see you there. This is her last week here this summer. Hoping she gets to come back next year for a bit. We are sad to see her go and will miss her greatly. She is a ray of sunshine and helpfulness and she so appreciates the farm and everything she learns. I don't know what I would've done without her, especially after Cortney leaving us in the lurch.
God's Blessings on you and yours,
Sam, Bill and Rayven