David Atherton – I keep seeing repurposed window greenhouses. I know you like to work with metal, but I think we should give this some thought…
Home alone tonight until Linhda gets home from work in several hours. I’m eating home-grown baked spuds with chilli, home-made tzatziki, and tabasco sauce, all washed down with a beer or two.
Baby, I apologise in advance. You know what I mean.
Home-made Coopers Pale Ale? Not too freaking shabby!
An apprentice tradie just sliced his hand open. I’ve offered to stitch it for him, but he declined. Spoil sport…
I did get a good picture though.
Tried to properly process and store our own corn today – blanch, cool, cut, freeze. It’s surprisingly easy, especially when you get a bit of an assembly line going. It shouldn’t be too terribly difficult to freeze enough for the entire off-season. I’m calling it – we’re now 100% self-sufficient for corn. That’s saying something, because we use a *heap* of corn.
On a related note, this is the best corn we’ve ever grown. We always do pretty well, but this year’s batch is amazing! Go Team Atherton!
All caught up! Well, the monthly posts are now all done, up to and including January 2013. I’ve started in on the rest of it, but that’ll take a little longer.
As it turns out, stupidly hot days that drive you indoors can still be used for farm-related activities, even if that is only blogging…