How’s this for wonderful – we’ll be eating fresh lettuce out of the garden into December!
We’ve picked a bunch for the fridge, to guarantee December lettuce. Any day we could get that first day it’s in the low teens at night and not above freezing during the day to finally kill it off.
This year, we will be once again selling Christmas trees at Wheatsfield Grocery in Ames and off the farm.
Weather depending, we’ll be at Wheatsfield Sat Dec 3 from 10-4, Sunday Dec 4 from 12-4, and Sunday Dec 11 from 12-4. The trees will be cut on Friday December 2, so they’ll be a much fresher than the ones at Menards and Hy-Vee that were probably cut early to mid November. We’ll also sell them from the farm as cut your own by arrangement.
This Thanksgiving, most of the items on the table were raised/grown on the farm.
The smoked lamb and turkey were simple, rustic smoked, and to die for!
Most everyone’s favorite side dish.
Some international flavors delivered by the saag.
Finally, some roasted Brussels sprouts.
After seeing the turbine blades lifted in a dramatic night-time maneuver, we thought we’d go check out one not quite built to get a scale of these turbines.
The towers are made of three sections. This is the bottom of a yet unattached top tower section.
Here’s the top of the same (third) section – not much room for a person to squeeze through.
Emma with 2/3 of the tower built, along with the blade assembly still on the ground.
Had to take 30 seconds out of the day to grab this fall sunset.
We all need to smell the roses while we still can!