Closeup of white mushroom
Field Mushroom

I had an early morning trip down into the paddocks and admired the lovely field that I will harvest later today for a nice addition.

We harvested potatoes earlier this week and put some back into the ground for next year. The basil has grown into a tree-like bush, so we had to make something out of it and tried 2 different basil pesto recipes. The limes on our lime tree are ready for harvest as well but so far, we had enough just by picking up the ones that fell on the ground.

Earth provides. So thankful for what we have. Let's all look after the planet, the air, the water and the soil.

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