The last time I wrote on this blog it was springtime ... Well, a lot has happened between then and now. Fall is definitely here, along with all its activities.
Last week our family started processing tomatoes. What a blessing it was to have everyone helping out! There are still quite a few tomatoes in the garden and hopefully there will be enough time to let them ripen there before another frost hits. Sunday we woke to a hard frost in the valley but thankfully not in the garden area.
Jim was in charge of the celery. We still have more in the garden, and hopefully we'll get them processed before too long.
Jonathan working diligently on my tomatoes. He did that for me, and then the next couple of days involved butchering chickens for him.
When picking corn the guys discovered a hole in the ground in the middle of the patch -- and lots of holes in my sugar pumpkins. A trap was set and a woodchuck caught. We'll see if we can salvage the pumpkins.
Peter and David worked long and hard to bring David's Morgan horse named Darla to the point where she could be ridden. So far so good! Darla was used for a brood mare before David purchased her, and we are thrilled that she is ready for training in riding.