and see the plowed garden? you just have to have vision!..but you know what? People just wanted to wander around and indeed there are always things to see here - and it was a strikingly beautiful day...they just wanted to be in the open and feel the excitement of the preparations for this year's bounty. They were great. Yes, we wish the tour was in May - but the folks on the tour were impressed with what we have on hand at this time.
At 3:30 we finally just shut the gate! There was a 'Dinner on the Ground' at a magnificent place north of here - and I have an awesome picture of the many people lined up at the table under the oaks - but it's on my phone! and I don't have the right connector to get it onto my computer - I'll figure that our later. We were so so tired Sunday night after all was said and done.
The Slow Food movement people did a fabulous job getting people out and about looking at local farms.
Will stayed home from work yesterday to plow...again... (it's more than a one-time thing) and this and that...and yesterday evening we both went out to see if one of us could catch Mousey Tongue a fish - and I did...poor little guy - he had waited on the dock all afternoon and would cry if you looked at him. It had to be done.