We had a lot of rain Monday and Tuesday and half of Wednesday. The dam went from empty to half full! We got 131mm. The water is still trickling in from the around about rocks with the lovely blue sky & drying wind today, Thursday.
This week at the market we have for you lovely young butternut pumpkins, and sweetcorn.
There are three different kinds of tomatoes, roma, round and cherry, all looking good. Domestic rocket ( as opposed to the wild!), some salad and some whole lettuce too. They are in short supply due to the wildly different weather conditions we’ve had! Here’s Maria, cheerful as always, bagging the rocket for you.
There’s plenty of Horta mix and Warrigal greens like last week. Weeds are great survivors of weird weather!
There’s avocados from Jean, eggplant, watermelon and cucumbers from Bill and figs from Barry.
Have a great week, back into routine with those families where children are once more at school, nourishing eating with fresh vegies for dinner!