Lorraine is at the market in San Francisco with her accomplices, my sons Eric and Andrew. I snook out of my jail, the house, to drive around the farm and take a look.  

I want to thank everyone for all the best wishes thoughts and prayers and remind you all I have a lot of work to do and do not intend to through in the towel. I would also like to say how much important our care share program is to Lorraine and I. Let us know if you know someone who needs great nutrition. This can include the care givers as we are very well aware how much they give of themselves helping a friend or loved one through a difficult time. We only need a couple of lines then we give you a special codes that zeros out you charges when you sign up. To our members when you donate you box this is where is goes plus the current ten free boxes that we donate each week. This number can be expanded at times. 

If you see Lorraine at the market today wish her a happy birthday for Monday. I am one very lucky guy.  

So here are some photos of how the farm is looking on this cloudy June morning at 7 am. 

 Sweet potatoes.  

Sweet potatoes.  

 Lettuce and Onions

Lettuce and Onions

 Our most weed free onions in 23 years.  

Our most weed free onions in 23 years.  

 Lunchbox pepper crop.  

Lunchbox pepper crop.  

 The Lavender Nest

The Lavender Nest

 Our tomato crop, no stakes.  

Our tomato crop, no stakes.  

 Chickens in the shade of the windbreak trees.  

Chickens in the shade of the windbreak trees.  

 Starting to braid the garlic crop.  

Starting to braid the garlic crop.  

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