This Week In Pictures

We’ve been busy around here!  Dave spent most of the week getting ready to host Team Chicken. On Sunday, the team processed 225 birds in about 6 hours. Each time we do it, it gets a little better and a little faster. For those of you who were present please let us know if you have ideas for improvements!

The garden continues to grow with almost no involvement from me, (broken ankle, that’s another story) but I sure am enjoying the pea pods, beans, tomatoes and zucchini that are ready now.

Have a great week everyone!

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All steps in processing day are important but we all certainly appreciate having Heather keep her eye on the finished product. She’s the best bagger and ‘pretty maker’ we know! Those tubs are heavy!

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A final inspection happens before the birds go in the cooler to dry before bagging. An important step to be sure they are ready for you!

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The e-station has the best facial expressions, such looks of concentration! This table now has overhead water and room for 6 people. We’ve come a long way baby. Fresh air and sunshine, the only way!

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This little lady was spotting in the garden, she’s ensuring we have enough zucchini to feed all the neighbors. I know they’ll be psyched! 😉

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Despite having a cast on my left leg I managed to week most of the garden today and picked the first tomatoes. Summer is officially here.

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Red onion flower.

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The view from the mailbox.

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Everybody loves pea pods! Honestly, I think I mostly like to hear them CRUNCH when they chew. So funny.

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