Late September Garden

img_3589My poor garden has suffered from neglect. There are only so many hours in the day. But it has been calling to me in my dreams. And what a delight it is to work out there in the cool fall temps!

This wheelbarrow full yielded 10 pounds of dried peas.

This wheelbarrow full yielded 10 pounds of dried peas.

This last weekend we pulled out all the southern peas. What a job! They were tangled worse than my daughters’ hair. And twined around the arbor! img_3591We also pulled up all of the peppers. They were so many brightly colored ones! They will be frozen for stews, chilis, and stir frys over the winter. Susie and I have been slowly spreading wood chips over the empty areas of the garden. Little by little. img_3603 The cow is munching on the hillside that had been planted in corn. The weeds got away from us and we didn’t get to harvest any. Hopefully he’s turning any corn he finds into delicious tenderloin. There is still much to be done out there!

Fall crops ready to be put in.

Fall crops ready to be put in.

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Hey! Welcome to our little homestead in Tn. Join us as we daily try to seek the Lord’s face and raise up the next generation of His warriors. There’s always something crazy going on here and we hope to bring a chuckle to your day or evoke an “amen, sister, I’ve been there!”

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