It's a wet one...

Farming is a profession that ties us closely to the weather.  Our daily routine is linked to the temperature, moisture, day length, wind patterns, and so on.  This year, though, we have patiently waited out one flood, then another; and we find ourselves witnessing more and more rain falling.  We've scrambled to plant what we can, but temperatures are cool and fields are wet.
The good news is we are a CSA; we have faith that in the big picture, our season will round itself out with a bounty of food.  Early season crops are suffering, but there are many months ahead.  We have a top-notch crew with the skills and positive attitude to deal with the circumstances.  And in the global picture of devastating weather events, a little bit of rain seems minor compared to tornadoes, tsunamis, and so on.  We live in a very safe and secure part of the world.

But we can still gnash our teeth a little bit.  Here is a scene of yesterday's transplanting efforts.  For more photos, visit us on Facebook.  And here's hoping for a bit of sunshine...