Another week, another mega storm.
We may sow vegetables, but it seemed like we were reaping the wrath of the gods on Tuesday. No major losses, but when we heard the metallic sound of hail on the tin roof of our warehouse, it immediately brought to mind a similar storm at the end of May, the one that laid low our first bean, squash and cucumbers. History will not repeat itself this time, as the hail was much smaller and the plants much bigger.
Be that as it may, there is cleaning to be done,
scattered netting to be redeployed, tunnels to be dried out, tutors to be installed to shore up flattened corn stalks, and a general rescheduling of what had been planned earlier in the week.
We look forward to seeing you all again.