Just about full...
The garden has been good to us this year. We've put away enough in canned goods to keep us for the winter and then a few more after that. We're still canning most evenings after work, but it should soon be slowing down. We hope to put away some apples later on this month and will be digging 'taters this evening. The sweet potatoes are still blooming, so it will be a while before those are ready to be put away. Today, the dehydrater is taking care of some onions and the last of the carrots were dug to eat with butter and honey. God is most certainly good to us.
Labor day brought the rain we've been waiting on. It has been almost four weeks since we've had rain and the ground is very dry and the grass is brown. Fortunately, the pastures are still strong. We spent most of the morning moving sheep and working on permanent division fence for the pastures. This rainbow was caught over the "dinner bell" after a hard rain. Remnants of hurricane Isaac.
Bruce and Amy Fitzwater of Joker Ridge Farm, where life is always busy and front porch swinging is a good way to end the day.