In the next few days we will head West for my sister’s wedding.
Where the theme will be fighting Marmots (weird runs all over this family.)
It is the oddest feeling in the world to have to travel thousands of miles from home- to go home, but there it is.
It is nerve racking to leave so much behind. If you can send your thoughts and pryers to our house-sitter it would be appreciated!
He has a lot to watch over. The ever growing garden:
Asparagus trees in full bloom.
Chickens of all shapes and sizes.
A newly mated queen bee. (Who I finally saw yesterday for the first time!)
We have a wicked good nectar flow going on right now. Both hives have fresh suppers.
The heal-all (prunella) is in full bloom, that will be a good thing to have around!
It is very hard to go but that is the cost of seeing my family and so we will pay the toll. Maine will most likely still be here when we get back.
My little sister is getting hitched! What a blessing!
How many chickens do they let you carry on before you have to start checking them?
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