Happy Canner

Last night my nephew and brand new niece stopped by with four bags of tomatoes for me from her parents’ garden.


I’m a happy canner.

Roasting Tomatoes

I’ll be roasting and canning all week!

It’s Ready Again

I walked through the waterways last week, and I saw that the alfalfa is ready to be cut and baled again.

butterfly on alfalfa

Sadly, we had another two inches of rain last night.


There’s a lot of hay waiting for some dry weather, so we can make it.

Plum Harvest

I have quite a few plums again this year.


I also have Millie coming into the yard to eat many evenings.

Millie Ann Saanen

Millie Ann Saanen

Luckily, she prefers the leaves to the plums.

goat eating plum tree

Saanen doe eating tree

I still have plenty to freeze for making yummy plum dishes.

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