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Alex and Nick, recovered from finals, packed up the car and crossed the southwestern desert. They arrived after Bryon and I completed our Saturday errands. Today we were in the garden bright and early.Mother's DayI

After an out-of-town trip (and a lot of work following me home from the office) I was surprised to see so much progress. And it was so orderly, too.Mother's Day

Future stir-fries. Komatsu greens are the large leave up front. Kale–faithful kale–in the back. Mother's Day

Tomatoes:  a lesson in patience. Mother's Day

Harvesting bok choy.

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Spinach and greens.

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Blackberries:  stay tuned.

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Buster, getting bored while supervising.

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An apple blossom.

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Asian pears.

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There are birds nesting nearby. I’m not the only one enjoying the flowers.

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Here’s a photo Nick took of what Bryon and the boys brought in from the garden.

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They put 24 quarts of greens into the freezer. It’s delicious with a bit of soy sauce, and will be great in many future meals.

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