Notice the bare ground and sunshine. It feels like spring, which makes me feel kind of panicked and behind schedule - I don't have my seeds planted yet! We are forecast for a huge snowstorm with freezing rain tomorrow, so it's not quite spring yet, but the last three predicted storms missed us entirely so I'm not holding my breath.
Seedsavers a few days ago and a few more packets of tomato seeds from Tomatofest arrived today --they sell 600 varieties of heirloom tomatoes! I intend to start planting tomorrow.
A Splintered History of Wood, a great read!) We fired up the clay oven and made wood-fired pizza with them. We also had an embarrassing mozzarella-making fail - it turned out more like ricotta than mozzarella but still tasted good.
Clean Energy Resource Teams this spring in the far SE Minnesota counties. It is great to be back working with such wonderful people on renewable energy! (It may mean less frequent blog posts, however. I'll try to keep up.)