Three tracks converged on a hillside white.
A rich, soil-building cover crop of chickweed and dead nettle. Tastes good, too.
Still at it with a little help from this amazing 2005 pinot noir courtesy of CSA VIPs D.A. and J.W.
Mist-kissed, sun-loved, frost-blessed, hand-dug with fervor: potatoes for tomorrow's Thanksgiving market.
Pastured alien starfish form.
Once a week PSU stands for Produce on Saturdays is Unlimited.
Right is ripe.
Hatched and hungry. But not for peas.
Rufous-side towhee nest in the pea patch
Wild irises blooming in the woodland
Let the season commence! La Terra Vita is back at PSU farmers' market starting tomorrow.
The swallows are back! Time to spruce up their boxes. We do appreciate their debugging services.
Digging work in this groovy weather!
Microcosm of moss, sporophytes & March snow on top of an old fence post. Have you read Gathering Moss by Robin Wall Kimmerer? Part memoir, part moss botanical.
Hello, visitor from the underworld!
Like a bug loves early summer.
Snowdrops on cold days and whiskers on kittens. These are a few of oh so many of our favorite things.
Wood chore on a snow day.
Apple pruning on a foggy morning.
Next year's kindling for a toasty evening.
Lucie and the cows finish 2018 on a high note.