It really needed it!
And before you ask, I did not dump it in the compost, but even if I had it is so wet out it wouldn't have mattered!
The most exciting thing that happened today (besides getting the stove and stack cleaned out), was the manure delivery!
This is Mike...he is my manure man!
He did a great job of backing the truck up to the back of the property to the new designated manure spot.
And he only got stuck once. Hmmm, we may have to bring in some gravel before he brings any more.
The u-pick only made $4 today...a slow day. My good friend Bonnie was one of the customers, she came to visit and buy some zucchini and while she was here she snapped my photo with my prize cabbage...
photo courtesy of Bonnie Richards
By the way, I have a row of the most beautiful purple cabbages that are immature and will likely not mature in time before winter sets in...if anyone knows of anyone getting married in the next month or two that like unusual things I think they would make the most beautiful bridal bouquets EVER...seriously...you have to see them to understand what I'm talking about (and they don't have any slugs in them!)