Savage Farming

Friday, May 02, 2008

Bird day, planting day

We saw many wonderful birds today. A hawk being chased by 2 crows, an osprey displaying for a mate, and a suave little cedar wax wing hunting bugs in our field. And to top it off mom saw a lazuli bunting at the feeder. The lazuli is a lovely blue headed bird about the size of a tow-hee.

Dad and I got about 1500 (mixed varieties of) lettuce planted today. Turns out we finished all the cabbage, cauliflower and broccoli yesterday. That makes a grand total somewhere between 2500 and 3000, not really sure how many.

Tomorrow we plant cucurbits and corn.

Y'all sleep well now, y'hear.

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