Endless, numbered days

Sigh. Somehow, every year it happens. August slips by quietly in a haze of late summer and tomatoes-for-dinner-every-night, and all of a sudden the nights are cooler and we’re walking around the State Fair wondering where the last three months went. As a farmer, the change is pace is welcome, but still a little bittersweet.

There’s not time this morning for an honest to goodness update on all that is new and exciting at Concrete Beet, but we wanted to share a few photos from our bountiful, beautiful August with you. It’s been filled with overflowing farmers’ market tables, two pound heirloom tomatoes, spider webs glinting in the morning sun, a flurry of turning beds and planting them for fall crops, and so much summer squash.

You can look forward to a post with some exciting news about next year in a few weeks. September is a time for catching up on all those things, you know.


2 thoughts on “Endless, numbered days

  1. The plot looks WONDERFUL! Gosh I am missing those plants, they are a bit like children. Nice job on those rows they look nice and straight. Missing you from Canandaigua, NY!

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