So it appears that keeping the blog updated during the growing season wasn’t quite as likely as we had thought. Now our CSA season has come to a close, and we are already excited and looking forward to next year!
Sunday was a terrific day to end our season with many of our members, friends and potato-club enthusiasts helping us to bring the last of our potatoes in from the field. We had around 16 people picking up potatoes, and several more joining us for a baked potato lunch. All and all, about 35 people stopped by throughout the day! The sun was even out for the perfect fall day, and not a snowflake in sight. (Saturday farmer’s market was a bit chilly and blustery.) We harvested several more crates of ‘Dark Red Norland’, Yukon Gold’ and those creamy ‘French Fingerling’ potatoes.
Thank you Casey and Evan for taking it upon yourselves to start washing all of those potatoes after lunch! (I wish we could offer a picture.) You are not only pro’s at veggie washing, but passionate about it!
And thank you to everyone who made it out here for the potato roast. We’re sure it will be a regular event in the future!