|Beans in the hugelkultur bed|
The beans in the hugelkultur bed are bigger and healthier looking than their counterparts in the garden. Not that the garden beans look bad, it's just that obvious that they like the huggie. Definitely more to come in the future.
The back field is growing weeds nicely. I've only found one pumpkin so far, and no beans. I'm going to try a little bag gardening experiment on it.
The chicks have adjusted to their move into the hen house. The turkeys are aching to get outside, but I don't trust them to stay on their side of the fence just yet.
Sharlotte and Shiloh have become best friends. It is so cute to watch them running through the pasture together, although I have to say, neither one of their moms looks impressed by it. Dorie is still huge, and still no new calf. Casper is finally staying on his side of the fence- although I'm not sure if that's because the grass has finally thickened in the pasture so he doesn't care, or if it's because he can't leave.
And that's pretty much the news here in the north. Hope all is well with you.