We are enjoying our summer market season despite heat, rain and smokey skies. We have more soap in stock and I have been tying brooms! We have added a few dates at the Northampton Tuesday Market and will be there next on 7/25. Our last date at the West Stockbridge Farmers Market for this season will be on 7/27. It’s so great to be able to get our fix of squash, tomatoes and peaches straight from the farmers. Be well, Kay
Today was our first real snow of the season. We went to get our Christmas tree at Gerry Toomey’s in Blandford and thankfully we made made it home before the roads got too bad. The tree is decorated and the wood stove is crackling with warmth and good cheer. Erin and I attended our last craft show of the year yesterday. We had a great time at The Holiday Shindy in Pittsfield. In these next two weeks before Christmas we will hold pop up shops at the shop in Chester for people who still have gift purchases to make. Erin and I wish you all a very merry holiday season!
Be well! Kay
Did you all see the giant pumpkins at the Big E? They are amazing! This is our contribution to the pumpkin harvest. One perfect little orange pumpkin! Despite the drought conditions, our little garden did OK this year. Erin is disappointed in her potato yield but we have enjoyed some delicious mashed potatoes already. I had to pull some sweaters out of the closet. We seem to have gone overnight from sweltering to wondering if it is too soon to have a wood stove fire. I have put some aromatherapy classes and SoulCollage sessions on the calendar so check them out. We would love to see you folks! Be Well, Kay
Well I don’t Know about you all, but for us, the summer has flown by! Erin and Wes were married on August 27th and I couldn’t be happier for them. Today is September 1st and as we step closer towards Autumn we will work on harvesting the last of our produce and focus on putting the gardens to bed. I have some Fall classes that are being planned so i will have those dates ready soon. Be Well, Kay
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I love this time of year. The garden is awake. My plant friends are growing and every day brings change. Erin and I are back at the Farmers Markets, we are planning classes and trying to figure out how to get everything done while still taking time to enjoy it all. The bees have been so productive and have been fascinating to watch. The Spring Markets have been joyous. Come and see us!