8/21 - An old friend was kind enough to treat me to a Red Sox game 8/20. We were among an estimated 33,000 at the amazingly beautiful Fenway Park.
I'll admit to being tired after four months of planting, weeding and harvesting vegetables. It could be confused with work if your attitude weakened.
I found new resolve last night; looking around the park it occurred to me that last year, Barberfarm.org donated to hungry Vermonters vegetables enough for three servings for everyone in attendance. Press on!
8/19 - Over a ton of produce contributed since last Monday, including 1800 pounds of cabbage, over 300 of peppers, plus potatoes and green beans totaling more than 400 pounds. Many thanks to UVM freshmen who labored through the heat 8/19.
8/8 - THE BELL PEPPERS CONTINUE TO IMPRESS. Today's yield, approximately 400 pounds will provide $1000 worth of produce up and down the Lamoille Valley. Thanks to Emma from Salvation Farms for collection and distribution. While she masters the manual transmission on the organization's truck she is using her personal car. Does Guinness have a record for most peppers in a Camry?
8/1 - Thanks to Salvation Farms for organizing volunteers who came to the farm today. They harvested 57 pounds of green beans and 350 of bell peppers, all for for distribution to not-for-profits up and down the Lamoille Valley.