|Transplanting our li'l hearts out, June 2014|
Things are going well overall after a very slow start to the growing season. The new land has really heavy clay soil that retains water like you wouldn't believe, which, after the heavy snow pack left from our crazy winter, took forever to dry out.
With the addition of a few drenching rains in April, we were about a month behind in getting some of our crops out because working wet soil can ruin growing conditions for years. So, we just had to wait it out--and learn how to adapt to the heaviest soil either one of us has seen in all our years farming all around the continent (which is saying something).