Sunday, September 14, 2014

Pumpions

Medieval people had a thing that they called Pumpion, but as these are a new-world native these certainly weren't it.

This was today's harvest, from a volunteer vine

Friday, September 12, 2014

Fruits

Planted some garlic next to the basil today. Someone had said that elephant garlic wasn't a garlic at all but a type I leek. Well what do they think garlic is? It too is a type of leek, it's even in the etymology- gar-leek!

Here also are some strawberries, and wormwood foliage.







Thursday, September 11, 2014

Jardin

Here is an angle I don't usually take.

Cukes are winding down, tomatoes are going crazy, many pumpkins too.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Clay

Here it is completely settled, the water on top is clear and can be poured off

Dem bones

The old bone saw sure did work. It has such an odd odor...



Sunday, August 31, 2014

New! From Blammo!

It's Log

Axerack

I do love a good rack

Especially one freshly made and arrayed with the Long-handled tools

From the left, commander, froe, merit axe, maul, true temper Kelly perfect axe, another true temper, medieval axe, broadaxe, lipped adze, straight adze, morticing axe, plumb axe, sledge