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rain day, in a good way

in the beets
The rain sounded more drastic this morning, pattering on the metal camp roof, than it was.  The weather alternated from dry to drizzly, which worked well for transplanting cherry tomatoes and fennel, as well as direct seeding a little patch of short-season peanuts.  We tackled the early greens area, and between harvesting and thinning everyone left with big bags of spinach and beet greens.

It was nice to have a productive low-key morning with you.
Flip and Bob
in the peas and potatoes
in the spinach

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