Month: November 2009

  • Gone Sailing

    We took advantage of the warm weekend weather by heading out to Lake Berryessa. Since it’s so late in the season it was just us and a few fishing boats. The lake is so big it’s easy to imagine you have the lake all to yourself. I spotted a few deer, egrets, and geese along […]

  • Morning Dew

  • Fall Chrysanthemums

  • Almost There

    The lemons on my little Meyer Lemon tree are turning yellow. In a few more weeks I’ll be able to harvest them. I was going to try my hand at making Limoncello this winter. But I tend to use my lemons and my vodka up before I get a chance.

  • Winter Squash Mania

    Prior to this year, I did not have a lot of exposure to winter squash. My experience was limited to canned pumpkin for Thanksgiving. I never thought to plant any because I assumed they would go to waste. But that was before I was given a few Sweet Dumpling Seeds. I couldn’t resist the temptation […]

  • October CSA Shares

    Wow, is it already November? October just seemed to fly by. I received two CSA shares last month. This month reflected the passing of summer and the welcoming of the fall vegetables. In the first half of the month I received tomatoes, basil and peppers, parsley, grapes, and turnips. I also received a new to […]

  • Fall Sunset

  • Happy Halloween