Here’s this week’s thingamajig Thursday.
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This morning I was invited to speak at a small wind workshop sponsored by the USDA. I spoke along with people from the Iowa Energy Center, a local utility, and an wind and solar installer. There was quite a bit of interest, with probably about 70 people there for a Wednesday morning meeting.
The garlic has emerged from its winter slumber. We planted this late last fall.
This garlic is destined to be sold at Wheatsfield gorcery store in Ames in mid-summer.
One of the sure signs of spring is the emergence of the rhubarb.
Here’s a particularly stunning photo of the wrinkly rhubarb – the leaves look suspiciously like the egg from yesterday’s entry!
Every once in a while one of the hens will lay an extraordinary egg.
This one looks what we might envision a dinosaur egg to look like – veined and wrinkled and ready for some strange creature to burst out of!