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Waiting for Spring

Robin McConaughy

Robin McConaughy

Double Brook FarmI took a trip over to the vegetable fields the other day. As you can imagine, there is not too much going on with the soul crushing record-breaking snow/ice/freezing temperatures. The real action begins when the earth is soft enough to dig into. Below is Charlton gazing out at the snow.

Double Brook FarmMostly there is planning going on. Timing and scheduling for the coming season. Everything cleaned and ready to go. Thumbs twiddling.

Double Brook FarmBut I did find some signs of new life. Below is the ginger germination room. (Don’t let the lights and blackened windows fool you – I swear, it’s ginger!).

Double Brook FarmMostly though, we’re waiting. And I do say, it’s been a long wait. Even the pigs are climbing the walls – LITERALLY!

Double Brook FarmTotally empathize…

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