Tuesday, June 30, 2009


After two rainy months, June has become a dry end to spring/beginning of summer. Our last rain occurred two weeks ago, and with temperatures mostly in the upper 80's, it has become dry. I have to water every day. This dry weather is good for blackberries; they will be available in abundance over the next couple of weeks.
Morning temperatures have hovered in the low to mid sixties this month. Today, humidity is low and it is actually quite comfortable outside. Good horseback riding weather. Went last night, and may go again this evening.
Looking forward to wine berries as well. They are ripening this week.
Enjoy the fruits of the season! Buy local!

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