This is the last week of the Early Fall Share. Thanks for sticking it out for another 4 weeks. The Late Fall Share starts next weekend. If you have not already signed up and would like to, you may do so online from our website, or send me an email and I’ll take care of it.
This week was an interesting mix of weather. Thursday was relentless rain. Each crate of carrots harvested easily had an extra 5 lbs of mud in it. Boots and rain gear collected several more pounds of mud, so everyone got quite the workout. Walking in the mud, similar to soft sand on the beach, also took more effort. I often think how funny it would be to make a spoof Cross-Fit promo video that would be “Farm Cross-Fit”. So much of what we do is carry heavy, awkward objects around. I’ll try to make it happen next season. Today was sunny and beautiful and each brief rain squall brought a rainbow, sometimes a double. Hard to be cranky when a rainbow is around. Add to that the cute-as-a-button puppy one of our crew just got who follows her around everywhere, and it was really hard to be cranky. I mean, come on. Rainbows and puppies?
THANKSGIVING: Perhaps you will have all you need for your upcoming feast in this very CSA box. We tried to include typical Thanksgiving staples. If you are still in need, your first stop should be the Olympia or Proctor Farmers Market. You’ll find so many amazing veggies, meats, cranberries, baked goods, flowers, candles, pottery, wood work, and so much more. You could most likely source your entire meal locally. Also, keep these markets in mind for holiday gifts.
That’s all for this week. Enjoy your holiday!
Jen, Jim, and Crew