Workday afternoon

It was hot, hot, hot this afternoon, but that didn’t stop some 25 Veggielution volunteers from coming out to tie up tomatoes, attach drip lines and clean broccoli seeds. When I arrived, the guinea hens were enjoying the water dripping from the sprinklers.

And the pollitos were still in the compost bin with their two mamas clucking protectively around. Presumably they’re getting something to eat and drink, since they’re still alive in this weather.

I helped with tomatoes and planting leftover corn seeds, to fill in any holes in the big field. Desgraciadamente, the drip irrigation parts are still not here, so I’m back to turn on sprinklers again tomorrow morning.

I brought home some basil and a cucumber.

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