Happy (post) Thanksgiving!
Here’s the latest cane boil video I posted yesterday:
Though my YT viewers watch these syruping videos much less than my regular gardening videos, I am committed to documenting the process from multiple points of view and with a myriad of methods. This syrup boil with Ben was wonderful – great people!
If you think I’ll never stop it with the cane syrup, don’t worry – the season is almost over.
Yesterday I did some work on the new food forest project in between feasting. We planted multiple bare-root grape vines and a loquat tree. Today I’m headed over to Randall’s place to help him mill pine logs on his sawmill. My hope is to build a library in our house for our ridiculous collection of books.
Thanksgiving was wonderful. Though it was just our family, we greatly enjoyed it. Rachel and multiple children made pies, stuffing, a smoked turkey, sweet potato casserole with pecans, mashed potatoes and more. It was our first Thanksgiving on our new and final homestead, and we are so thankful to be here.
I woke up to the sound of this hymn playing:
And that really summed up our day.
Have a great weekend.