2 Days of sunshine in Hood River

Back from diving in Curacao – the sun seems to be finally coming out in Hood River and the garden is beginning to grow.  The corn is up and the sunflowers are a foot high so with a week of really good hot temperatures we’ll be off and running for some good fall crops.  It’s a great year for peas and strawberries because they love cool wet weather.  I’m up to my eyebrows in great read berries.  The raspberries and blueberries are set, so it’s just a few more weeks before we get those as well.



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