A season of growth. Just as Spring brings new beginnings, late summer is time to reap the harvest of our hard work. The last time I updated you on our recent move to our 5-acre mini farm in Snohomish was in June. Where does the time go? And where did the rain go? This summer… Read more >
Did you know we’ve officially broken the record for most consecutive days without rain? It’s crazy to think that just this past winter/spring we also broke the record for most days with rain! In this dry, hot weather, nothing beats a cold glass of lemonade or a yummy ice cream cone. And you know what… Read more >
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