It’s been a busy wet spring at the farm. This Saturday we’re finally back to Cherry Street Farmer’s Market. CSFM is like our home base and it’s always good to see old friends and customers, many that we’ve not seen in months. Last time we saw most of the people from market we were still in the building phase of the house. So I thought it was time to post a few more photos to show what the place looks like now that we’re living here and the trees are leafing out in abundance.
Here is a view from down below – near the creek. As with all of Oklahoma our creek is “healthy” at the moment. That’s how Chris describes it. Not overflowing but healthy. City folk talk about quiet living in the country. Obviously they’ve not lived in the country because it’s loud out here! Especially with the creek healthy. This week is the full moon and the frogs are very vocal all night long. Right now it sounds as if something is screaming – but I know it’s a bird calling a mate, a friend or just singing for joy.
And just so you can see that I’ve been busy with pimping the lavender goodies I’ll show you the first few minutes at the Norman May Fair last weekend. I think this was taken during the only dry moment of the three day show.
I’ve gotten very little knitting done in the past several weeks but tonight I cast on something special…something new….
I’ll tell you all about it in the next post.
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