All three arrived yesterday.
The Matilda pole beans are up in the hoop house, and rather quickly. I hope they don't shoot too much, but the clouds that came in and cooled things off might help.
Then after many plops of raindrops all day, we finally got a steady, gentle rain last night and its been going all day today. I've lost some of my garden, but I think this might give the rest a second wind to finish out the season with a flourish.
Two days on the hill and the deer carcass still looked untouched on the morning walk. And although I only saw one bird swooping over the woods on the hill then, about ten were around the area of the carcass Wednesday, so I assume there has been some scavenging going on - finally. I'd like the feasting to go quickly before the dogs go up and roll in the entrails.
Episode 27: Quilting Along with Margaret Leuwen
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