If you recall, we had a work party in the dead of night last Tuesday evening filling Garden Towers with soil.
On the morning after, Rebecca started to plant the Towers with the greens we will eat this winter.
Meanwhile, Dan went on the hunt, and landed an insulated food carrier from the Army/Navy store for $50! (Internet price: $150.) This contraption is to work as his new tempeh incubator.
That afternoon, Dan harvested all the rest of the basil, and made pesto.
Speaking of which, all the rest of the vegetables, except for kale, need to be harvested by tonight, since the temp is supposed to go down to 32°. Last night’s work party featured harvests, of peppers and (still green) tomatoes.
I’ll get what remains of tomatillos and summer squashes this afternoon.
Last Thursday’s community dinner featured a guest and his unusual home-on-wheels. Chris is presently working as an agent for the woofer website, documenting woofer sites in the Ohio Valley. We are one of them. He took lots of pictures of the place. Meanwhile, I took lots of pictures of him —
— and his home, an old SWAT team vehicle!
What a great repurposing job! He painted it over, but you can see through the paint.
The truck (or is it a tank?) is huge, expensive on gas, but features a million-mile engine (with 200,000 miles on it now), and cost him at auction only $4475. Wow! He reworked it himself for his comfort, and as you can imagine, gets lots of stares as he tools down the road.
While taking a picture of the right front door, I saw something sticking from the handle . . .
What is it? Aha!
Love the artistry of the dirtied hands.
Unfortunately, nightfall was just around the corner, and by the time we ate, it was pitch dark.
But, beforehand, I did manage to notice the little altar Rebecca has created from the vast shroom that erupted out of the old elm stump. Remember it from last week’s post on Thursday evening dinner?
Well, now it looks like this:
Zooming in . . .
Yep. It’s the little things that count the most.