Okay, so maybe it's not really fairy dust. Maybe it's just ordinary dust. We made a lot of it over the past two days. You can't see the trailer behind this blue machine, but the blue machine travels down the rows, picking up nuts and tossing them into the trailer. Dirt and non-nut debris fly out the side vent.
here (shaking), here (dehydrating), and here (to market) . I find it fascinating. Then again, this is only my second year as a walnut farmer, so it's still novel to me. :)
Sew Eclectic (our Art Group) met on Monday. We had a bit of a painting party, inspired by another blogger in Oregon. You can read about hers here. Ours was like this:
And Best of the Valley. The website is in the process of being updated. As soon as my pages are submitted, they are up and running. Perhaps we'll be completely refreshed with new content by the end of the week. Goals are good! It all depends upon my getting the pages to our new webmistress.
My excuse (and I have many!) is that perhaps I took on too much this summer, what with the carpet project and everything else. Maybe I'll take more pictures of the results, once I've finished with the website. Goals are good.
But first, to finish the donation quilt that will be auctioned on Saturday. I basted it on Sunday, and am stitching down the binding today.
Perhaps a bit of quilting will straighten it all out. I promise more pictures soon. Until then...
A Christmas Gift is done and some Butterflies.
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