At the end of the day yesterday the humidity blew off. We found ourselves in Belfast to see the full sturgeon moon hanging over Belfast harbor and stood amazed at how beautiful our little corner of the world is.

That wind also made it tolerable to go out and do some cultivating and harvesting in the garden today. The drying beans have been prolific this year and we’re excited to see them all getting nice and desiccated on the plants as we speak. Oh, and the blackberries have come ripe and are just as plentiful as the blueberries. Perhaps it will be a hard winter? What do plants know …

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