I sent out separate e-mails to the volunteers who wanted to test knit, and those looking to test cook. It turns out there was a lot of overlap and several of them asked why.
Good question, after all, we’re the ones who thought there’d be overlap in the first place. Oops.
My squash plants all succumbed to beetles this summer. I heard a gardening expert comment that they were so hard to get rid of because they over winter in the soil. So unless you wanted to burn them out there was little you could do.
It turns out that after watching my squash vines wither and die the concept of burning them out was VERY appealing. So we had a little garden bonfire last night.
We’re only halfway through October, and the notch over mount Mansfield has already gotten it’s first snow!
Not very much snow, but still a sign of things to come.
I’m going to Rhinebeck next weekend! If you see me there please come say hello! I’m driving down with friends, so there will be extra knitting time.
But I don’t have a project ready to go. That’s right, a whole book’s worth of knitting and no project ready to go next, argh!