The garden sesaon nears its end as we move solidly into fall.
As the snowline continues its inevitable descent down the mountains, the animals are still enjoying some green grass.
A little reprise of the fleeting colours of fall.
With plentiful thanks to the wwoofers, warmshower cyclists, other willing helpers, and market customers that have made 2013 another great year on the farm. Here’s some late-season farm views from wwoofer Steph Wetherell.
Probably one of the last days of the grass being green, before everything turns to white.
These misty late-summer mornings in the garden makes picking vegetables for market even more rewarding.
While the rest of BC is buried under a foot of snow, we finally have a good heavy frost. Today feels like one of those first bright, crisp days of autumn; the likes of which we haven’t had this year due to the mild, wet fall.
Getting back into sauna season Almost time to move the sauna back down the hill to it’s winter abode by the house
Had a pleasant Sunday morning stroll through the fields; autumnal colours and beautiful skies.