Not my highest priority, but none-the-less already "fer sure", are productive results from our High Vista Community Garden, 2012. We've eaten our first green pepper and have these other veggies showing great progress. Everyone keeps praising our tomatoes as the best "on the farm". I have my friend and master gardener, Barbara Lipper, to thank for starting most of them in her New York greenhouse early in the Spring.
|Cucumber - "Munch" variety|
|Corriander up front, tomatoes behind|
Later in the summer we'll be flitting here and there - Atlanta, GA, to visit with long time friends and family and a glorious week sharing a house in East Hampton, NY, with our children and grandchildren who live in New Jersey. I still recall the fun and warmth of sharing a rental with them near Pensacola, FL, when Lily (now 16) was a newborn little bean and her brother Max Robins (now a chef at Per Se Restaurant, NYC) was under five feet tall and attached to his boogie-board. We won't be reliving old times; we'll be creating new memories. The end of August, we may have the opportunity to combine a couple of days with my cousins on Cape Cod with a drop in on our grandson, Max Willen, as he moves back into Boston for his sophomore year at BU. The details on these jaunts are not fully, but almost, nailed down.
|Daddy Doug and Lily today|
|Mama Rachel and Max today|
|Max Willen & Family Celebrating His HS Graduation|
Let us know if you'll be heading our way and we'll leave a light on for you.