Son Hans stopped by to check exceptional 2020 Rutabaga crop- followed by hike.
Interesting wildlife stop by for garden visits.
A pair of moose calves remedied their thirst.
Just beat the frost from freezing out my potatoes. Pictured is my 3rd wheelbarrow of Yukon Gold potatoes from my little garden patch. The potatoes love compost, leaves, grass clippings, & ashes from wood stove.
Best crop of Romaine lettuce ever. Non-stop eating all summer!
Morels are out in early summer- great with dandelion greens or fiddle-head ferns.
The last rays of summer sun along Eagle River. My ski mountains in the background.
A Mourning Cloak Butterfly joined me for her last display before the killer frost.
Friendly bear made a deal with me to keep those pesky moose from eating my plants.
The Hawkweed Orange nectar attracting a Tiger Swallowtail.
The Yukon Gold potatoes go well with Caribou ribs.
One week after potato harvest, ice formation & frazil ice in Eagle River (10/22/17)
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Thank you for sharing the joy!
I can tell you are also an avid gardener!