I’m trying to get beyond the fact that I can’t get in the saturated Full Moon field to complete my busy list for this week. Since Saturday evening the farm has guzzled about 5 inches of the natural drink, and should be utterly full of power and life by now. Oh. Wait. there is more rain in the forecast over the next day and a half. Take what we can get I guess. I did get into the hoophouse where it is relatively dry to get some weeding done, which is good.
Nevertheless, it’s quite okay. I can work on back burner projects that have been waiting for a day/week like we have right now. Farm business, shopping for tractor parts, building doors, and I am still trying to dial in the competence of my washing and packing system. More organizing and more rearranging to be more efficient…the story of all our American lives I’m sure.
I also want to throw a shout out to Sean, our intern, and his lady Jess. Sean has been working at Full Moon a few mornings a week for about a month and a half now and will continue throughout the season. Jess, who works for sister project, 1000 Faces Coffee, has a made a brilliant sign for the farm and it looks awesome! Thanks guys.
Lettuce continue with ‘Tractor Gospel’
Mr. Otis often shouts,
give me a mornings out
in the Georgia wood.
Make sure to take with you
that barnlot dance.
Your farmer, Jack Matthews