Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Harvest Goodness


It started last week, and it just keeps getting better. We have been gardening on this land for 15 years and every year I am still amazed at the magic of taking a seed, planting it in the earth, tending to its needs, watching it grow, harvesting the food and enjoying it for our meals. From seed to plate, it is a journey full of magic and one I am happy to witness year after year.

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Reece and I are heading off on a little camping adventure for a few days. We will be exploring new trails, searching for signs of wildlife, looking for wild plants and enjoying time together in nature. Oh, and we will be taking time to visit Upper Canada Village with this lovely lady and her two little men. And on the way home, I will be stopping in to meet this wonderful blog friend too. Yes, you read that right, in the next few days I will be meeting, not one, but two blog friends for the first time in real life. This will be my third meet up this year and I am so very excited to make these connections a little stronger.

I will be away from this space for the next few days, but have scheduled a few posts. I will be back here in person on Friday for {This Moment}.

Have a fantastic week!

20 comments:

  1. safe travels and have fun meeting your friends :)

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  2. Oh it sounds like you have wonderful adventures ahead of you! Enjoy!

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  3. Those strawberries look delicious, I also ate some from my mom's garden the past few days.
    Have a great trip!

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    1. They are, and there are so many more ready to pick now that we are back home.

      We had a lovely time, thanks.

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  4. The tiny seed is amazing is't it?
    Have a wonderful time this week.

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  5. i'm always amazed to see our harvest after planting a little seed, too! yum!

    safe travels!

    i need to cut our scapes tomorrow. :)

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  6. Have a wonderful time with your little guy and the friends you'll be spending time with along the way. Sounds wonderful and I know you will have much to share when your return!

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  7. Oh my - that looks wonderful! I *love* harvest photographs! So so pretty. :)

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    1. Thanks Melissa, we had a great time and are back at home safe and sound.

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  9. What a tasty harvest. Your beautiful gardens sure do yield some equally beautiful results.

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    1. They sure do and it is getting better everyday :)

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