This morning, even though there wasn’t snow in the forecast, it looked like a snow sky…
It wasn’t a sticking snow, but it did arrive by late morning/early afternoon.
Brussels sprouts are having quite a year out at Nook & Cranny Farm.
Another unseasonably warm day for November in upstate New York.
With a month more of the 2015 CSA season, roots & greens are in abundance.
Most of the winter squash plants succumbed to the heavy summer rains (*sniff*), but thankfully there are some that made it through…
Bob bagging greens for the large shares… (small shares received spinach).
Note the t-shirt in mid-November.
I’ve really enjoyed this year working at Nook & Cranny
Some of the workers have moved on to their “winter jobs”, so the crew is small these days…
I miss their presence.
The confluence of people’s efforts & the elements showing up as vegetables is a constant amazement.
Morning sun shone through a crystal before a work day at Nook & Cranny.
Couch buddy & travel companion.
Beautiful breezy day
Pink ball shows signs of children from the evening before…
Boxes building up through the day
My favorite view
Greens (parsley, kale, lettuce, lettuce mix, endive, Brussels sprouts) covering up sweet potatoes, red potatoes, hakurai turnips, cilantro, carrots, acorn squash, onion, garlic, parsnips, spinach…