What I’ve learned about Homesteading is that sometimes it’s better to look at things close up. Close up you can enjoy the beauty of detail without constantly noticing all that still needs to be done around you. Close up, you can pretend that there aren’t garden hoses running willy nilly throughout waiting for the irrigation system to finally be tweaked. Close up you can focus on the perfection of creation that surrounds you. In that vein, Mr. DeMille, I’m ready for my close-up.
Here’s just a small taste of what life looks like for The New Pioneers –close up.
One of about eighteen blueberry bushes. If you look close, you can see the berries have begun to form.
One of two beds dedicated to tomatoes. The Parsley reminds us of all the tomato sauce that we’ll can for fall/winter.
The carrots and onions are flourishing.
Turnips are on fire!
What I haven’t shown you is the lettuce garden, already supplying our greens, the rhubarb, the peas, the plum trees, the pear trees, the other assorted veggies. This my friends is why you haven’t seen a recent post. Our cups runneth over!
And now for some random pretty that we have in bloom.
Wishing you all the joy in the details and enough blurring around the edges that you overlook some of life’s messes!