|Apparently, we make the Dunham children work!|
Typically, we try to lend a hand and get a project or two done for the host farm. Often, weeding is on the agenda. But, we've done everything from transplanting sweet potatoes to tearing down a building. Never a dull moment. This time around, we had more than one project going.
|We got to dig a hole - YAY!|
|Then, we wrapped up the hole so we could present it to Mark as a gift.|
Part of the issue is that the worms could travel through the soil and leave captivity. Hence the reason for some of what you see here.
|Has Andy read any Poe recently?|
A second project was building raised beds against the side of the high tunnel. It's an effort to make an area of the building that is largely unusable into a useful addition.
|they must be discussing plans...|
There were a few issues with the hardware, but these farmers are tough. No problem too difficult. No problem beneath them. And, every problem can become a bigger problem if enough of us work on it at the same time!
|Are you sure that's square?|
|Hey! You're compacting the soil!|
|Mark says it's A - OK! Compact away!|
|Hey. Um... Sean... There's a spider on your... uh...|
|Oh, okay. Perspective thing.|
Next stop? Genuine Faux Farm in September. Can't wait!