It's the last week of August! That FLEW by! Our season is now officially half over. Here's what I've narrowed it down to this week:
Here we go again! I got lots of requests for leeks this week so lets give those a try! I will send out a card for those. Our cantaloupe isn't quite ready yet, so this week for fruit I will have home made on the farm fruit roll ups. They are made with a combination of Naty's figs, blackberries and apples. She has been working on these for a few weeks now, in her kitchen at night like a mad scientist. They are delicious! She will likely be selling them to raise money for court fees associated with fighting the Galvanizing plant that is being built on 192nd & 24th. It is zoned light industrial, mostly for warehousing. However, somehow City Hall approved a Galvanizing plant. They haven't yet been issued an emissions permit from the GRVD, so we are waiting to see how that works out. Anyway, here is a glimpse of what to look forward to on Wednesday:
Thank you everyone who has filled out the survey so far, if you haven't yet, please do. You can follow the link in the e-mail or you can find it under "Contact" on our website:
Thanks everyone for your patience while we were on holidays! The whole family was in the Kootenys for 2 weeks and we got the honour of watching two of our members get married in Nelson! Congratulations Gabe and Rosie! It was a beautiful ceremony at Rosie's Uncle's Nursery. Nonetheless, it always feels great to be home and get back to home cooked meals and your own bed.