All of our seed orders are in. Seed Savers Exchange, Baker’s Creek, and Territorial Seeds. We plan on doing a lot of the same variety’s we’ve done before, but we always try something new. For me gardens always seem like an old slate but with fresh chalk. New seeds, new ideas and plans, but the same borders and rocks. But over the years, those borders and rocks start to migrate; sometimes physically, sometimes mentally. Sometimes you think that plants aren’t enough…Sometimes you think something more is needed…Sometimes you think chickens! I suppose that this post is just a prelude of what’s to come. Gardens, chickens, rabbits, who knows. Aquaponics and green houses, winter gardening, mushroom hunting and home remodeling with scavenged materials. It is winter in Minnesota, so for me it is a time for dreaming and planning. Right now I am dreaming a lot and working on my basement; but once spring gets here it will be time to get our hands dirty and reconnect with the outdoors on a regular basis.
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