|Ahhh, this is where we're headed -|
Our favorite campspot on the Piedra.
|Me & my Sweetheart|
|Fish wraps tonight.|
|Gold Medal tomato (swirling red in yellow), basil, and homemade ricotta.|
|Watching the Braves with Daddy.|
|Making cheese. Two batches of mozzarella, two ricotta, three yogurts, and one chevre made this week. I brought home 6.5 gallons of raw milk from Wildwood.|
|Though my garden looks like hell. Weeds! The flowers are still rockin.|
|Seashells from our trip last week. For Solstice tomorrow the kids & I are going to adorn these on our bodies & home.|
|Minor Jackknife Clam shells were much sought after at the beach. Levi organized & bagged & labeled them all before we left: "28 holl ones" and "23 brockon ones".|
|I look for the ones with holes at the end for necklaces. |
I think whatever kills them must drill this hole & then eat the muscle - anybody know?
|Solstice bouquets - 2 of them will be delivered as surprises! I love surprises!|
|My first batch of yogurt a complete success. Why haven't I been doing this all along? It is so easy & cheap. Granddaddy had a yogurt maker that keeps it all at the right temperature & has GLASS cups. |
75 cents for a quart made at home. I pay over $3 at the store.
|The farrier came on one of our last days. We all got to check it out.|
Indi keeping Penny happy with a little clover.
|A little something I started while there. Not so little really. It's the largest 'barn star' I've made so far - I paint quilt blocks onto pieces of plywood. This is a 4x4 square. I'm making it to go on Graddaddy's shop. Here it is double primed & sketched out in pencil - which you can just barely see.|
|Here it is 'roughed out' - the next step is to go back and cut in all the lines PERFECTLY. And I'll also be adding red around the outer star. I ran out of time, so it will be an ongoing project next time I'm in town.|