Up here in on our morainal hill, the “soil” starts as gray, kaolin clay. In addition to this clay/sand mix, here are a few pebbles here and there. The lowest […]
The big basket of Wishetwurra Farm tomatoes turns into a lightweight gallon bag of dry slices once the dehydrator is done with them. I found a dried-tomatoes pesto recipe online. […]
In the town of Oak Bluffs, Massachusetts is a Civil War statue and water fountain. Over a hundred years old, it has traveled from place to place in town, ending […]
Disappeared, she did. Disappeared, around the corner. Leaving nothing but her fading footsteps, In the foggy, Victorian air.
We noticed this gollywhopper the other night. The gollywhopper was perched on a vertical wall in downtown Oak Bluffs. It was a dark and foggy night. But we were not […]
No thousand words with this post. The picture is the only, lonely, thing.
October. We finally got a pair of solid rains, and moisture is unlikely to be a problem for the rest of the year. Summer’s annual vegetables slip into senescence. End-of-season […]
Last night, the wife and I went to dinner at Sara and Ben’s “Red Cat”. We took them a big green box of vegetables and herbs from the garden. On […]
Looking around at the files of recent photos, the ‘pile noticed a number of round photos. Round, in that the subject was circular in some way. Circles are everywhere in […]
Our Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair was once held in the fall, and not in late summer, as is the case in current years. The MV Agricultural Society holds our annual […]