Tropical smoothies for breakfast as a little pre-game to this first Spring-like day. Outside I saw my Uncle emptying the sap buckets, I don't know much about these things... but it seems to be really flowing now. This weekend, the big Maple Fest in town.
I spent a little time this morning updating my about page. It's been a long time, and the way that I blog has changed so much I thought I should say a word or two in case someone wonders upon arrival, "What's up with this place?"
Due to the beautiful weather (it did indeed reach the predicted 65), there was not a bird in sight for much of the day. I'm sure they were off looking to do a little wild harvesting. I do hope they found a few things.
Took a few photos for workshop recipes... the simplest food is my favorite. Bowl of berries topped with banana nut cream.
We are going all out this year. For the first time we have plenty of land, and plenty of sun. I'm planning to eat only tomatoes for the month of August (a lovely dream). We must order some potatoes though. They say potatoes are the meat of the veggie garden. I do hope we'll have success there.
We took careful notes in our garden journal, and will continue to do so as the season rolls on. Also, we have many more plants that need to be started, but have to come up with some more trays first. Oh my this is going to be a huge garden. Bountiful wishes!
And of course, her bed was brought out to the deck so she could quietly observe the work at hand.
After seeds were planted and everything was cleaned up, Sukha and I walked down to get the mail... and wouldn't you know, fresh green was spotted along the way. In my corner of the world, March is truly capable of bringing anything our way, she really teaches you to not have too many expectations.