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Date:12/20/2014 11:27:42 AM
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Fall Garden
The Lord has been so good. Still getting yellow squash from under covers. The Chinese, white and purple Eggplants are covered up with fruit and new blooms. I still have a few bugs around so hope they can continue to pollinate everything.

Watching the Brussels Sprouts begin to grow on their stalks. Both Red and green cabbages are almost 3 feet around! I've been told you can eat the whole thing so will start pulling off some of the larger leaves to try. Have also been told to wash and cut them up and than freeze for later use.

Will see about picking some beets in the morning. Nothing so wonderful and refreshing as fresh picked beets!

Mashed some of the fresh dug sweet potatoes and took them to Church last night. Don't think people really knew what to expect. They were so bright orange. No sugar needed. Just added a bit of butter. They melt in the mouth.

Digging this past years compost out of the stallion paddock. The paddock is about 60x100 and the compost is about 2 feet deep or more. The boys have lived off hay most of the year. Have their new pasture growing grass finally but just have to get it fenced in. They won't know what to do! This past summer they spent a month on one of the new pastures with grass almost up to their knees! They did not like leaving it.

Making new row for spring planting. Will also try some beds 25x25 in size for Flax seed/Buckwheat rotation. Have just learned about Quinoa. I'm going to try some of it. Maybe I will learn to be a vegetarian??
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