At both my homes and my beloved farmette, we were spared and thank God and pray for those that weren’t so lucky! We were soooo fortunate and really, if a few brussel sprouts blew over (they did!) and some lettuce got ruffled (just a tad dirty), none of that compared to what happened to so many people! And big giant trees!! I snuck up on the rectangle of dirt that I have grown to love and love to grow in and discovered that all was not lost! In fact, I harvested a bunch of stuff – like the rest of the peppers and at least several salads worth of lettuce and arugula, not to mention LIMA BEANS. I feel like the end is very near and I guess I can accept that. I’ve left a couple of pepper plants in just because but this weekend has gotta be it for everything other than the leafy crops and the sprouts – just one and a part of another rectangle of my neatly partitioned farmette left. You know how I feel about it. Check it out as of now – post horrific storm named for my dear friend/Godmother of my son Ryan.