With fingers crossed in March
we planted tiny Heirloom tomato seeds.
Snow was piled all around the little greenhouse.
Heavy water buckets were hauled to feed the little seedlings.
A constant eye was on the heaters.
We are now enjoying this beautiful, tasty assortment
of Heirloom tomatoes.
We just finished 6 weeks of Summer Swim Camp
We both are missing it…
The routine of early morning drive to the campus of Mankato State University
Listening to Disney Radio and trying to win prizes
Lucy smiling everyday after an hour long workout!
Can’t wait till Fall session starts!
(Well, let’s enjoy the rest of the Summer)
The garden is doing beautifully. We are beginning to enjoy fresh cucumbers, peas,
and the beets are nearly ready.
Party was a great success.
The sun was shining,
the winds diminished,
family and friends mingled.
Yes, a success.
What is a party without gummy worms!
Clean up today, and I will share more pictures later.
for daughter #3
I will take lots of pictures to share with you!
Otto and Eddie
People, and critters.
These two have a unique bond.
- Farm Friends
We try to fly the American Flag on most days,
wind can be a factor here at Stone’s Throw Farm.
As beautiful as the flowers are,
nothing beats the Red, White, and Blue.
I love zinnia’s growing in the garden.
The color’s are pure joy.
I planted 20 pots that I had started in the greenhouse,
and Lucy and I will plant more seeds this week.