I delivered the last round for our fall CSA. It was sad, for me…that was a great route. Everyone, although I didn’t see you very much, it was a pleasure. In case you were wondering, our CSA starts up again in April. Tomorrow is a new day. A day to do nothing…but the dishes, and the laundry and cook, and….and….
Here is a picture of me on day 1 of delivery…for the fall
I was thinking about this moment right now! It will be a nice break! See you in April Fayetteville!
Today we said goodbye to the last WWOOFers of the season, Sunny and Lan. What a joy it was having them, as well as everyone else this season. Without the help of strangers, Paul and I wouldn’t be able to do what we do. A person can say thanks all they want, and possibly still not get their point across. I feel like I couldn’t say it enough to prove how much I mean it. So, I’ll just type it: thank you.
It’s bittersweet, the whole WWOOF-host thing. All of these people who come into my life, impact it in some shape or form, and then they leave…onto the next farm, or just moving on. Just so you know WWOOF-pack, it doesn’t get any easier, saying goodbye. I wish you all now like I did during our ‘See you later’ speeches the best of luck. And please, come see me.
Tomorrow is the last delivery for the Fall CSA, and Paul and I are going to be very busy harvesting, packaging and delivering food tomorrow, our heads will be spinning. We’ve been doing the whole CSA thing for 34 weeks straight. It’s been a lot of logistics, and long days, which turns Wednesday into Friday. This Wednesday will be interesting, there will be no one else to cook for except my family, no casual conversation except for my family, WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO! We still have game night…(which by the way Pat and Pakis, I’ve won 5 in a row, come challenge me!)
It took me a week to get these photos up, but good things come to those who wait. If you don’t see yourself here, it’s not because I didn’t care…Thank you too!
It’s been a long season, and it wouldn’t have been possible without the generosity of strangers, who turn into friends. Thank you to WWOOFUSA, as well as WWOOF, for helping farmers and volunteers connect!
Our CSA, Northwest Arkansas Local Harvest, is wrapping up. We have three more deliveries including today, and then we get a much needed two weeks off (more or less) until we are back out in it growing clean local produce for the community! A hearty THANKS!!!! is due to the WWOOF pack for all of their hard work and diligence throughout the year, and to our customers, who believe in their local farmer and invest in such a unique relationship! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I’m going to add pictures, but I have to go deliver, duty calls, but check back in!!!